Overview of Blog posts: Change with Culture and Positive Leadership
Are you engaged at work? Are you content, and productive? Are you thriving?
Most people would answer these questions with a firm No. According to the infamous Gallup research, only 13% of workers is engaged, worldwide.
This means there is a staggering 87% of untapped potential while the world is struggling with serious challenges such as the climate challenge, sustainability, pollution, poverty, human rights, inequality, globalization, de-industrialization, refugees and migration, banking crises, tax havens, war, and conflict…
We need everyone to contribute their energy and ideas to solve these issues.
Organizations also need everyone aboard to transcend their challenges of increasing global competition, the battle for efficiency and low cost, staying up to date with the technology race, recruiting and retaining the best people, etc. - or else, they can’t contribute to the world with their products and services.
Change has become a core competence for all organizations.
In the below series of blog posts, we have looked at how organizational change can be successful, and the fundamental reasons why it often fails. We have seen how organizational culture can help or hinder.
We have mapped the culture with the OCAI culture survey based on the Competing Values Framework and engaged people in small Change Circles.
We checked into the relatively new field of Positive Leadership that can make a huge difference to positive organizational change and culture.
Ultimately, our aim is to create positive organizations where both people and performance thrive. For your convenience, here's the overview of the series to date.
Overview of the Positive Leadership, Culture, and Change Blog series:
I hope this overview is useful. I wish you and your (client's) organization lots of positive change! May people and performance thrive.
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