Culture University

Positively impacting society on a global scale through culture awareness, education and action.

Framework for a New Leadership Culture

By Graham Williams and Eva Cooper

Leader development includes getting to know self, confronting the shadow side, and facing ourselves. This is no small task but neuroscience shows that what has been hardwired can be rewired.

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The Impact of Trust on Corporate Culture

By Barbara Kimmel

The business case for creating a trustworthy culture continues to be made, yet, it is rarely acknowledged let alone implemented. It not only requires leadership acknowledgement but also the acceptance and application of the essential principles upon which a foundation of trust can be built.

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If you put age and religion aside, a person’s ability to deal with uncertainty depends not so much on the external circumstances, but on what they make of the circumstances in their thinking. Our thoughts create our experience of life.

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Fake Culture

By Scott Beilke

Getting culture defined correctly matters, because a lot of time and resources are poured into things that are falsely labeled culture – and when the real issues aren’t being addressed, there won’t be real results.

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Culturally Intelligent Change

By Donna Brighton

When change fails, it’s usually because the status quo culture was too large of a barrier. Status quo is a powerful force that always opposes change. Status quo is another way of understanding culture. The underlying beliefs and behaviors of an organization resist change without intentional focus on culture as part of the change approach.

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The 3 Levels of Change Required to Shift Culture

By Jerome Parisse-Brassens

Have you ever wondered why the changes you tried to bring to your organization were not successful? Maybe it was simply because you missed a level of change required. To be effective, change must happen simultaneously at the organizational, team, and individual levels. This applies to any kind of change but is particularly important in the case of shifting culture.

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