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values

  • Wooden Leader with employees

    Last month we looked at how to integrate your values into your organisation – and we emphasised the importance of getting your leaders on-board to ‘walk the talk’. But what happens when they don’t – or even do the very opposite – what can you do?

  • wooden cubes that say team

    Anyone who’s worked on an organisational values exercise knows how painful the process can be. You start out wanting to build something inspirational that truly reflects all that is great about your organisation; instead, you end up in endless wrangles over the right kind of words and ‘what’s the point of this?’ discussions.

  • Building sustainable behaviours in organisations

    The high profile of sustainability in business means you may be thinking this is another blog about doing business without negatively impacting the environment. It’s not - although minimising environmental impact is an important consideration for any business.

  • How to develop a Leadership Development programme

    Our previous article looked at how to get the most from Leadership Development. We covered the reasons for investing in leadership development, the scenarios where it’s needed and ultimately, how to make sure it works for both leaders and their organisations.

    This month we are getting into the detail as we explore how to develop a leadership development programme itself. And, as is often the case, there’s a bigger picture to consider. You can’t develop leaders if you don’t have a vision for the organisation you are developing them for.

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