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Organizational culture

You can create positive change at work: Even if you're not leading the organization, you’re still a leader while keeping the organization humming in a positive, productive, and healthy manner.

Net Positive organizations give more than they take: Is the world better off because your business is in it?

Does your organization care for the climate? Listen to Jane Goodall and others on the Realizing a Compassionate Planet conference.

Positive leaders can engage the transformative potential of climate change for their people and organizations. A positive organizational culture contributes to solutions.

Love is the next leadership skill, says Robin Anselmi. Love makes us smarter together. In a business context, love means an authentic connection, compassion, and forgiveness.

Positive Change with appreciative questions. Ronald Fry, appreciative inquiry developer, says that everything happens through conversation.

Can for-profit companies stop global warming and improve social issues? The answer is yes, shows Chris Laszlo. The future flourishing organizations with a positive culture depend on doing good as their core business.

The pandemic caused an unprecedented change and the IPCC reported accelerated climate change. Organizational culture directs how organizations respond. A positive culture helps to navigate the necessary transition.

High-performance culture: the power of purpose. A high-performance culture is collaborative and entails a high-purpose environment: flooded with small signals that link the present effort to a meaningful purpose.

High-performance culture: be vulnerable. A high-performance culture is collaborative and learning. Sharing vulnerability is crucial for both. How can we do that as professionals?