Both values and behaviours form part of your culture, so in theory you could use both to shape your culture the way you want it. However, at Walking the Talk, our preference goes to behaviours. Let me explain why.
Walking the Talk are pleased to announce the release of our latest eBook on Influencing Behaviour.
Executive Director Amanda Fajak explains why a formal hierarchy doesn’t always equal influence.
Have you ever played Rubik’s cube or any magic cube? They seem to have made a comeback with more complicated arrangements and sizes. I remember trying to solve the puzzle when I was a kid and only being able to do so after a friend of mine …
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 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 Do you know how to change the minds and influence behaviour of those around you? Or why your culture efforts might be failing? Read our Culture Change blog to find out… Culture Change: Reads of the week 26.10
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