Source: Walking the Talk Our Culture Change blog provides the latest views and insights from the world of organisational culture. Do you know the true importance of asking ‘why?’ to make impactful change, or how to prevent groupthink from occurring in your organisation? Read on to find out… Culture Change: Reads of the week 26.07
Source: Street Wisdom I’m standing under an overcast sky outside the Fashion and Textile Design Museum on Bermondsey Street with 3 eager street wisdom participants all keen to begin. This is a fascinating area, filled with a fusion of old and new buildings combined with a mixture of local residents and tourists alike enjoying the village atmosphere in this now […] … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Can yoga help address the work/life balance of your organisation? And are you accidentally contributing to the disengagement of your employees? Find out in this week’s Culture Change blog. Culture Change: Reads of the week 19.07
Source: Street Wisdom This autumn, we’re bringing together our community from the four corners of the earth in one big weekend of wandering and wondering, Street Wisdom-style. The inaugural World Wide Wander is happening over three exciting days – the 8th, 9th and 10th of September. Join us as a participant or take the opportunity to run an […] … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Are you in one of the following situations? Your key to staff engagement may not sit where you think…
Source: Street Wisdom The first event with our collaborators, friends and mindful allies Mindfulness at Work was so exciting we just couldn’t leave it there. Not least because, the more you practise Street Wisdom, the more your learn. This time we joined MaW’s growing community of Mindfulness coaches among the Halva and Hookahs on London’s distinctly Middle-Eastern […] … Read More
Source: Walking the Talk Our Managing Behaviours in the Workplace research report is now available to download. Based on original research with over 700 leaders, employees, consumers and shareholders it asks the question: who should be held responsible for the behaviour of employees at work? Behaviours in the Workplace: Where does responsibility lie?