How you spend your time speaks louder than your words

behaviour, behaviour change, Carolyn Taylor, Corporate culture, Culture Management, Culture planning, Symbols

Source: Walking the Talk None of us feel we have enough time. It’s a finite resource, and it forces us to make choices. Those choices send signals about what we really value. One of the strongest symbols of a culture is how time is spent. When people see this changing, they start to believe your communication about values. How … Read More

The role of measurement in culture and behaviour change

Amanda Fajak, behaviour, behaviour change, Culture Change, measuring culture

Source: Walking the Talk As the role of culture is better understood, everyone wants to measure and understand the impact of culture change and the behaviours that underpin it, from Boards to regulators, from advisors to employees on the front line.  We recently held a Culture Clinic in London on the subject of the role of measurement in culture … Read More

Culture as a Management Practice

behaviour, behaviour change, Behaviour management, Carolyn Taylor, Culture Change, Culture Management, Humberto Branco, managing behaviours, Symbols

Source: Walking the Talk On February 27th Walking the Talk in Brazil hosted a breakfast session with Walking the Talk co-founder and Executive Chair Carolyn Taylor, which triggered some great insights in the group.  Check out the ten topics that summed up the core of our conversation. Culture as a Management Practice

Culture management: How agile are you?

agile organisation, agility, behaviour, behaviour change, Behaviour management, Culture Management

Source: Walking the Talk When I ask teams of executives if they can identify the business imperatives for culture in their organisation, one thing that is often mentioned is agility. “We need to become a lot more agile or flexible as an organisation.”   More and more organisations want to be in a position to quickly respond to market changes, be … Read More