Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains why a formal hierarchy doesn’t always equal influence.
Do you know why you measure Engagement?
At our recent culture clinic, we asked a room of 50 professionals “How many measure Engagement?” nearly all hands were raised. Then we asked “Who here measures Culture?”, only ten hands remaine…
At Walking the Talk, we are passionate about continuing to evolve our thinking on culture. We are always scanning the latest research and thinking and we are delighted to say that there is some new insight around what it takes to crea…
Source: Walking the Talk Walking the Talk will be presenting and exhibiting at the forthcoming HRD Summit on 22nd – 23rd May at the RAI in Amsterdam. Walking the Talk at HRD Summit Europe
Source: Walking the Talk I am often asked for a summary of what I find are the 5 factors which most influence culture. The 5 most influential factors on culture
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
Source: Walking the Talk I was only a teenager when I first read the question ‘what would I do if I weren’t afraid’. I was young and uncertain with all the angst of being young and not knowing my place in the world. I was filled naively with a confidence that when I grew up that I would become … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Do you actively manage the behaviour of your employees? Can you say, hand on heart, that you have put things in place in the business to ensure behaviours are under control? Is your Board asking you to? Are you clear on how you can influence the behaviour of others above or below you? If not, … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk In a recent article by FT journalist Robert Armstrong on the Volkswagen scandal, he stated that “we have to assume something went wrong with VW’s culture such that immoral behaviour became acceptable”. Managing Behaviour: How to create a speak-up culture