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Carolyn Taylor on Fear of Failure

[fa icon="calendar'] 01-Apr-2019 08:08:00 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Carolyn Taylor, Culture change, Leadership, Fear of Failure

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Learn how to remove fear of failure from yourself and your organisation.

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How do you create a sustainable culture transformation?

[fa icon="calendar'] 05-Feb-2019 11:33:18 / by Walking the Talk posted in Leadership team, Carolyn Taylor, Case studies, Culture change, Leadership, Corporate culture, Leading culture, Amanda Fajak, Events

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On March 20th we are delighted to be hosting one of our FTSE 100 clients to share their story of culture transformation. We would love you to join us for a thought-provoking session with an Executive Leader on how, with our help, they achieved culture transformation on a global scale.

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Carolyn Taylors talks Engagement

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Jan-2019 06:04:00 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Engagement, Measuring culture, Carolyn Taylor, Culture change

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Learn why the relationship between culture and engagement is so important.

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Watch Carolyn Taylor explain the importance of Empowerment

[fa icon="calendar'] 26-Nov-2018 07:27:00 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Carolyn Taylor, Culture change, Culture management, Empowerment, Leading culture

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Empowering individuals to create the desired outcomes can positively impact the bottom line.

Watch Walking the Talk Founder and Executive Chair Carolyn Taylor explain the importance of Empowerment.

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Who are your organisation's legends?

[fa icon="calendar'] 29-Oct-2018 07:18:00 / by Carolyn Taylor posted in Carolyn Taylor, Customer-Centric, Values, Symbols

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We use a great exercise in one our training programs in which participants select and then rank their own values.  The ranking process is the part I like the most.  I have found that it is the HIERARCHY of values which is the strongest determinant of an individuals behaviour, and that of an organisation.  Most of us will agree that we hold a set of principles to be important, that we value integrity, and accountability, team freedom and respect for others. 

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