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[fa icon="calendar'] 16-Dec-2019 10:19:08 / by Walking the Talk posted in Culture change, Leadership, Values, Leading culture, Transformation

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Read Walking the Talk's founder Carolyn Taylor and Executive Director Amanda Fajak recent interview with Implenia's Employee Magazine focussing on values and culture.

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Patterns of an agile culture

[fa icon="calendar'] 13-Dec-2019 10:52:36 / by Walking the Talk posted in Culture change, Leadership, Corporate culture, Leading culture, Innovation, Agile

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There are four distinctive patterns of behaviour of an agile culture – customer-centricity, self-direction, experimentation and collaborative networks.

Watch our video to learn more about the patterns of behaviour in an agile culture.  

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Cracking the agile code

[fa icon="calendar'] 28-Nov-2019 15:07:17 / by Walking the Talk posted in Culture change, Leadership, Corporate culture, Leading culture, Innovation, Agile

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There’s a big difference between implementing an Agile process and having an agile culture.

Watch our video to help crack the agile code.  

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Virtual Roundtables hosted by Walking the Talk

[fa icon="calendar'] 09-Oct-2019 15:09:30 / by Walking the Talk posted in Leadership, Agility, Leading culture, Events, Agile, Virtual Roundtables

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Walking the Talk is running a series of monthly Virtual Roundtables beginning on Tuesday 5th November and occurring on the first Tuesday of every month. The first will be focused on the outcomes of our “Be-ing agile” research report, which looks at organisational agility and how it interconnects with corporate culture.

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The Danger Zone: When Leaders Lose Sight of their impact

[fa icon="calendar'] 27-Sep-2019 16:14:06 / by Amanda Fajak posted in Leadership, Behaviour, Behaviour change, Leading culture

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When accusatory, emotive and vitriolic language is used by people in power, red warning lights go on all over the place and sirens blare.

A Huffington Post article recently stated that the ongoing behaviour of Donald #Trump has reset ‘acceptable’ behaviour for leaders globally and as we saw in the UK Parliament this week, deep-seated emotions are driving the leaders of our country further and further apart, and the ramifications for our society are significant.

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