Culture, also known as corporate or company culture, refers to the environment that an organization creates through its values, beliefs and behaviors of its leaders and employees.
Managing cultural diversity in today’s workplace
In a multicultural atmosphere, employees must understand, respect and appreciate each other’s differences.
The rise of the new well-being era
We need a new model of corporate life where thriving employees are not seen as a luxury, but as the key propeller of sustainable corporate performance.
Career progression knocked off course for high-potential women
New research from Pathbuilders suggests women leaders have deep concerns about missing out on advancement and opportunities to influence the direction of their organizations.
The reverse culture shock of returning to the office
Understanding reverse culture shock and its effects may be the best way to prepare for post-pandemic work and life.
What a kidney transplant taught me about company culture
What can be done to increase the likelihood that a new hire is welcomed into a new team and is successful? Successful organ transplants offer some transferable insights.
Leadership and the return to the office
What leaders say and do next will set the tone for the weeks and months that follow.
Rewards and punishments
If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always gotten. In culture change efforts, leaders need to direct that adage inward more often than they direct it toward those who work within the organization. People generally act exactly in response to what they are rewarded and punished for. Change that, and you may have a chance at changing your company culture.
The values-driven leader
Black Lives Matter marches, #MeToo conversations and the volatile recent election are triggering difficult conversations in the workplace about what companies stand for — and whether leaders are demonstrating the values they purport to hold true. Here’s how five companies have transformed employee engagement by tying leadership to organizational values.
Managers: Dial down stress for working moms
To successfully dial down the pressure for working moms, managers must understand that the realities working mothers face are different from those of their male colleagues and those of women without children.
The future of leadership: Skills to look for in business leaders post-COVID-19
Just as we have reexamined the way we work in response to the events of 2020, so too should we reevaluate what a strong leader looks like.
5 things you, as a learning professional, need to know about disability
We all experience our abilities and impairments differently, and we all have unique learning needs. Only by asking team members about their individual needs — rather than making assumptions — can we truly create more accessible and inclusive learning environments.
Could your culture benefit from co-creation?
Here are 3 ways to co-create organizational culture.