Guest Post by Kimberley Barker
Why and when does culture matter most? One of the answers to this question is: in case of mergers and acquisitions. Here's the case of one of my clients. Because they wish to remain anonymous we'll call them ET.
Picture a large municipality in the Netherlands with 7,000 staff.
Kanna Krishnan is a "positive agent" and holds a senior position in Human Resources. He is tasked with developing a progressive culture for BTC.
Guest post by Kanna Krishnan
People are wired to notice what goes wrong, what could be a threat, and what is missing. It’s what saved us during our evolution, in times of danger and scarcity.
So you think you can change? If your culture needs to change or to improve the place to start is where you are: in current culture. What is the way we do things around here?
How positive is your current culture, on a scale of 1 to 10? It’s a question that participants of the online Positive Culture Academy work with.
It's great to read an adventure story, a detective, or a novel once it's summer.
Guest post by Kartik Shah
A corporate CEO invited some executives to a meeting from two different levels. He asked a question and then went around the table getting input.
I'd like to share these 16 quotes from my Positive Culture book as a mini-course!