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Organizational Culture

Understand Culture. Drive Business Strategy.

Organizational culture is a foundational tool that can be measured, managed and led.

CultureTalk Culture Profiles Inform:

Forward thinking leaders understand that their company’s culture is its most-valuable asset or biggest liability. It needs to be measured, managed, and led.

Measuring culture against the framework of Archetypes gives leaders a way to operationalize and align strategy, brand, and experience.

These stories create a common language that get the whole team onboard. They identify underlying beliefs that move teams forward or hold them back, as well as what’s missing for new behaviors to emerge.

CultureTalk Profiles uncover ‘the unwritten rules of engagement’.  A unique cultural profile helps teams define purpose-driven missions, articulate authentic corporate and talent brands, and execute change and growth initiatives (including M&As) that exceed expectations.

Case Studies

Employment Brand Drives Growth

Culture as a Tool to Recruit and Retain

Culture Guides M&A Strategy

Founder Positioned for Strategic Exit

Sample Materials

Blogs

Your Personal Brand: Who Are You?

How do you find a way to present yourself that truly reflects you? One that connects the dots between your past experiences and your future plans? One you feel excited to share? Where do you begin?

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Alan Cassidy

From the smallest of organisations to the very largest, from the voluntary sector to the private sector, I know what works to make change stick and to be able to work with the culture of the organisation to achieve the change outcomes you need.

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A Case Study in Recruitment Branding

Stories are the bridge through which we connect to one another. These individual stories are the building blocks of a larger story: the story of the organization. It is important that we tend to these stories.

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A Framework for Authentic Human Workplaces 

Human thriving is a theme that’s front and center as we face a workplace that has forever been reshaped by a pandemic. There is a growing demand for workplaces to be more flexible, more meaningful, and more diverse.

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