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CEO Best Practice Institute, Executive Advisor and author Change Champions Field Guide
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The role of the leader is to enforce the value structure of the organization. When it comes to values, you cannot negotiate. You must demand that values are adhered to by every member of the organization. Yes, there are other matters that you can negotiate on. But when it comes to institutional values, they are not up for debate.
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It may be an apocryphal story repeated so often that we believe it actually happened, but as the story goes, when asked about the organizational culture being created in his burgeoning empire, Sandy Weill, Citigroup’s creator, remarked, “What is culture but something you find in yogurt!”

To be alive and mildly aware in virtually any organization in the early 21st century is to be awash in endless talk of organizational culture and its impact on everything from employee engagement to organizational performance (See Ray Dalio’s 200+ Principles for the mighty Bridgewater hedge fund).
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Inclusion and diversity (I&D) are now almost universally accepted as a business imperative, having moved beyond compliance with the law and transcending sentiments of “it’s the right thing to do.” There is now empiric evidence that diverse teams – defined as comprising diversity of thought, background and experience – surpass non-diverse teams in tasks related to complex problem solving and prediction.1 Organizations no longer require an “I&D business case” as the impetus for action, rather the challenge for many organizations now is about closing the gap between positive intent and results. Focusing on the following four areas can assist in meeting this challenge.
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Accountability does not have to be a dirty word. As a matter of fact, holding employees accountable is essential to achieving corporate goals. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to do it. Constructive accountability delivers positive feedback in real time, fueling your workers’ motivation and boosting your company’s productivity.
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