Culture helps determine performance, so maintaining a robust corporate culture is vital – a huge challenge in this volatile era with many employees still working from home. Leaders must make sure remote employees are still “living, breathing and experiencing” their company’s culture. Authors Rose Gailey and Ian Johnston tell readers why creating a “future-focused culture” will help their organizations thrive. Writing for senior leaders who are responsible for shaping their organization’s culture, they offer sound strategies for shaping, accomplishing and maintaining your cultural outreach.
About the Authors
Rose Gailey leads the Organization Acceleration and Culture Shaping Center of Excellence within Heidrick Consulting, part of Heidrick & Struggles. Ian Johnston is a partner in the firm’s London office and a member of its global leadership team.
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