Tag "organizational culture"

Secret weapon

In the midst of the umpteen responsibilities leadership thrusts upon them, many leaders tend to overlook a reality that presents itself with definite clarity—the undeniable link between culture and business success. In this context, being well-versed in organizational culture and embracing it to the core invariably offer leaders a competitive edge. A fact perhaps every CEO knows, but only one in ten uses.

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How bias got a bad name

Bias is hardwired in us; it pervades our very being, our conversations, our actions, and decisions. In organizations, driven by decisions made by various people at multiple levels, it could make a deep impact. So, how can they keep bias out of the sphere of action? By ensuring that everyone becomes aware of it, accept it, and then challenge themselves to overcome it.

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The ‘tale’ tells

It is easy to think when making a decision based on numbers and hard data there is no place for storytelling. The reality is, that it is the story that allows us to remember and make the data meaningful.*Despite advances in technology, the power of the narrative still remains the best tool to build a culture that binds.

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the impact of connection

“Communities are successful because their members are successful. For a community to thrive, it needs care and attention. This means building and growing a community is about people, not programs.”*

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