As we learn from the world’s biggest behavioural experiment, the results of our poll this week, show that the current crisis has been a catalyst of culture shifts, and people are positive this is here to stay.
As you know, our focus is on culture and culture change. As with everyone, we have been navigating a big dose of change ourselves as we’ve accelerated the pace at which we utilise digital processes and ways of interacting to make sure we ca…
Walking the Talk are pleased to announce the release of our latest eBook on Communication.
Whether you voted leave or remain, 80% of us now agree that Brexit is a shambles.
There are much smarter people than me reflecting on why exactly that is the case and I am sure only history will have the answer.
But, ever the optimi…
Cognitive and emotional cultures
I often get asked about the difference between cognitive and emotional cultures. Here is my take on it.
Creating an environment where people can feel psychologically safe and can speak up is fast becoming one of the main topics of conversation as I talk to HR and OD people across all industries. Why is this so? It has long been recognised tha…
When employers are too focused on measuring employee engagement, deliberate workplace culture strategies tend to fall by the wayside.
In Europe, there’s a lot of valuable focus on “talent management”. Yesterday I asked a client for his definition of talent management, and he said “hiring and developing the best people”. He also told me that one of the big strategy consult…
Source: Walking the Talk Walking the Talk are pleased to announce the release of our latest White Paper ‘Future impact of AI on `culture’, written and researched by Executive Directors Jerome Parisse-Brassens and Humberto Branco. Future impact of AI on culture
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
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