Cultural Transformation

BUSINESSES that drive forward with a positive, compelling and visionary agenda will thrive in the future. And their spirit will soar. Are you brave enough to try cultural transformation?

It requires openness, honesty and trust, and can only be developed by throwing out the traditional culture of blame, and investing time in building a positive, transformed environment. Why not start it now?

Cultural transformation means different things to different people and what works in one company may not in another. It is important to set your own transformational agenda and to focus on the issues and needs in your environment.

A good starting point is to revive, review and reinstate your organizational objectives. Ensure they become a set of deeply held beliefs that guide you towards meeting your aims while trusting and respecting each other.

So, this month, involve everyone in deciding a code of ethics and values for the future. This will help secure ownership and commitment across the whole team. Be consistent. Because if, as their leader, you once stray from these values, you risk losing your followers.

(Extract from The Naked Leader)


  • Darren Roach

    Great post, good point well made. Everybody should have a say in their business and the environment they work in.

  • Harry Peake

    Too much change can hamper development.
    Need to get the right balance of getting things right without upsetting the business objectives.
    Not change for the sake of change.

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