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6 Powerful Tools To Drive Your Company Culture Forward

Potent company culture is built on the foundation of shared values. Whether they are explicitly defined or not, shared values are the DNA of every company. At a fundamental level, they drive the behavior of the individuals that make up your team. Surfacing and defining your values is the first step to effectively leading your business and developing a strong and healthy company culture.

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Why would you let your employees choose their own salaries?

Companies like Semco, Buffer, Squaremouth, SumAll and WholeFoods have shown that making previously confidential information like salaries available to employees can counterintuitively drive up engagement and positively impact a company’s culture.

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The 13 steps to building a cult-like company culture

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Don’t fuck up the culture... wasn’t what we were expecting to hear from someone who just gave us $150M!

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From Subconscious to Conscious Startup Values

Mohamed AlTantawy's Medium post on how the Agolo team implemented the CultureGene workshop tools and defined their company's values.

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How biophilic is your office?

What is the impact of biophilic design, what options are there to include biophilic design in your office and why is it so important to do so?

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The value you get from kissing frogs

"If you are joining the company in your 20s, unlike when I joined, you're going to learn to code. It doesn't matter whether you are in sales, finance or operations. You may not end up being a programmer, but you will know how to code." Jeff Immelt, GE CEO

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Preparing for the TechStars pressure cooker by investing in culture.

9/10 startups do not have a clearly defined culture, yet AssetVault decided to work on their culture almost from day one.

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What, according to Sheryl Sandberg, is “probably the most important document ever to come out of the valley” and why?

How Hubble used a values based hiring methodology to scale their team from 8 to 18 in three months.

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When entering the building, what percentage of themselves do your employees have to leave outside?

It is not possible for a person, whose values are not aligned with the company's, to deliver ultra high performance.

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The challenges of embedding your company culture in a global multi-office start-up

Misha Gopaul led a merger to create Fabric Technologies and discusses what he learnt from that process and how he applies those learnings in his current business FATMAP.

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‘It was quite therapeutic getting a better understanding of what we are as a company’

Paul Archer set a world record by driving around the world in a black cab. In this interview he explain how he defined his company values after a workshop I help in London.

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What if your people are not your greatest asset?

How the "odd" concept of borrowing someone else's dog has grown into a significant business with hundreds of thousands of very happy customers!

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Hiring vs Marriage - Would you marry someone after spending just 8 hours with them?

Rob O'Donovan discusses what the company does to embed the culture at CharlieHR.

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