An organisation's culture is the difference between its success or failure, yet most continue to pay lip service to it or else ignore it altogether. The COVID-19 pandemic brought culture into sharp focus and those that were able to adapt quickly were those that had spent time defining how to work together.
Culture change is often seen as something that is 'too hard', yet what most CEOs fail to realise is that it's actually a result of the micro-experience that staff see on a day-to-day basis. With a few well thought out tweaks, CEOs can be the catalyst for lasting culture change.
Extract: What Is Culture And Why Is It Important?
About Colin D Ellis
Colin D Ellis is an award-winning international speaker, Amazon #1 best-selling author and renowned culture change and project management expert who works with organisations around the world to help them transform the way they get things done. Able to draw on more than 30 years of public and private sector leadership experience in the UK, New Zealand and Australia, Colin shares his knowledge of workplace culture through his book Culture Fix and his latest book Culture Hacks: 26 Ideas to Transform the Way You Work.