Culture Change: Reads of the week 05.04

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Source: Walking the Talk Our first Culture Change blog of April shares with us the three external factors that are driving corporate culture, how we’re thinking about culture in the wrong way, and much more… Culture Change: Reads of the week 05.04

St Anna Platz – Time to Wake Up

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Source: Street Wisdom As the weather was still cool, we decided to keep this a somewhat shorter version of Street Wisdom with a quick round of introductions and two perception tuning exercises before heading off on our individual quests. We seemed to be a group of people of diverse backgrounds (cultural and professional) with one thing in common […] … Read More

Culture Change: Reads of the week 30.03

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Source: Walking the Talk In this week’s Culture Change blog, we. learn about the danger of blame cultures, what is truly shaping your culture in the day-to-day,  and much more… Culture Change: Reads of the week 30.03

Culture Change: Reads of the week 22.03

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Source: Walking the Talk In this week’s Culture Change blog, we learn about how great leaders inspire action, how to create a relaxing workplace, and how HR and management need to take lead if an organisation is to be truly customer-centric… Culture Change: Reads of the week 22.03

Home from Home in Haryana

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Source: Street Wisdom I was expecting Street Wisdom in a village outside Delhi to be extraordinary. But I am stranger, looking at India though an outsider’s eyes.  It’s hard not see even the most mundane Indian street as cinematic and exotic.   But what about the wonderful group of professional coaches and facilitators I was introducing to the […] … Read More

Culture transformation: How to work out what’s in it for YOU

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Source: Walking the Talk Most of the posts on our blog focus on the benefits for the corporation of investing in culture. This time let’s think about ourselves and our own culture transformation!    I have found many personal benefits for the individual HR professionals, business leaders and consultants who become involved in leading, supporting or managing culture.  It’s always … Read More

Culture Change: Reads of the week 16.03

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Source: Walking the Talk In this week’s Culture Change blog, we learn more about the benefits of values-based leadership, the importance of a unique workplace culture, and the rise of wellbeing apps… Culture Change: Reads of the week 16.03

A Joy To Be Involved. A Joy To Help Out.

Mark BrownMark Brown, RSA, Tony Woods

Source: Street Wisdom There is something very special about taking part in a Street Wisdom and it is even more pleasurable to have the privilege to lead an event. It never fails to have an impact in some way on everyone involved and sometimes that impact can be profound. It is incredibly rewarding to have the opportunity to […] … Read More

Culture Change: Reads of the week 09.03

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Source: Walking the Talk In this week’s Culture Change blog, we take a look at the ongoing Uber saga, how to build a united workforce in an increasingly divided environment, and how to implement effective culture management amongst a remote workforce… Culture Change: Reads of the week 09.03

Spending 10 Minutes a Day on Mindfulness Subtly Changes the Way You React to Everything

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Source: Potential Project Published by Harvard Business Review. Leaders across the globe feel that the unprecedented busyness of modern-day leadership makes them more reactive and less proactive. There is a solution to this hardwired, reactionary leadership approach: mindfulness. Having trained thousands of leaders in the techniques of this ancient practice, we’ve seen over and over again that a diligent … Read More