Source: Walking the Talk One of the key differences between engagement and culture surveys is that: The key difference between engagement and culture surveys
Source: Walking the Talk One of the challenges in interpreting engagement data is that results can be influenced by employee reactions to climate factors such as a poor manager, the office environment, and recent organisational changes. Consequently, it can be hard to determine whether results are truly reflective of the organisation’s engagement or if they have been skewed by … Read More
Source: HRD Connect In an always-on, multi-tasking environment, attention is under siege and effectiveness suffers. Maintaining resilience in the face of constant change and uncertainty, sustaining presence, balancing priorities and being stretched too thin are key challenges for us all. This September, the Estee Lauder London HQ welcomed Louise Chester, Founder and Managing Director of corporate advisors ‘Mindfulness at Work’, … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk One of the most commonly asked questions in my work on culture is how long will the change take? When will we have the culture we need? There is no simple answer to this question because a multitude of factors can influence the speed of culture change across an organization. But there are things you … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk It’s happened to many of us: we go through a recruitment process, have one or several interviews, ask about the organisation and work conditions, before finally accepting the job. Then we start. But after a few weeks, sometimes days, we realise that it’s got nothing to do with the place that was painted to us … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Welcome to the latest edition of our Culture Change blog, which shares insights into the latest news and views from the world of organisational culture. From how you can influence behaviour to why you must ingrain authentic acts of gratitude into your business, our blog provides practical and useful advice for your organisation… Culture Change: … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Almost every organisation has some statement of what they stand for, usually in the form of a mission statement, or a list of values that seeks to define the core behaviours of the company and guide its strategy. Are your brand values holding you back?
Source: Walking the Talk Behaviour is at the core of organisational culture, so it should come as no surprise that influencing the behaviour of others is a critical component of a business’ culture journey. But how do you do that? The key to influencing behaviour in the workplace