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‘Walking the Talk: Building a Culture for Success’
by Carolyn Taylor
NEW revised edition

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 [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Thursday 24th September 2015 sees the relaunch of the corporate classic, ‘Walking the Talk, Building a Culture for Success’. Updated by popular demand, this revised edition unites the same pragmatic approach to culture design and management with the latest thinking on what is needed within your organisation to achieve cultural transformation and business success.

10 years ago, when the original book was launched, culture was a rarely discussed corporate issue. 10 years on, and whilst industry now talks culture, few organisations really ‘get’ culture. This book cuts through the hype and confusion, making the concept of culture tangible and showing how, by focusing on creating new corporate behaviours and habits, you can genuinely transform your organisation.

Built upon Carolyn Taylor’s 30 years of culture consulting experience, ‘Walking the Talk, Building a Culture for Success’ brings forward new ideas as to the core qualities needed to lead change: openness, responsibility and principled. Carolyn also shows you how to achieve a behavioural tipping point within your company, and how it may be closer than you think. Also included is an update of Walking the Talk’s renowned organisational culture archetypes which reflect a growing market interest in corporate responsibility.

Rich in anecdotes, case studies and insights, this book will give you the confidence and practical know-how to go forth and build a culture of success in your own organisation.

 

Quotation_mark_left_greyPacked with energy, enthusiasm and a “can do” attitude, ‘Walking the Talk’ transforms the dream of change into an every day reality. A must read for any manager embarking on the journey of cultural change.”
– Professor Lynda Gratton, London Business School.

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Walking the Talk: Building a Culture for Success  
The revised edition is available here:

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A versão em português do livro ‘Walking the Talk: A Cultura Através do Exemplo’ já está disponível. Edição especial com o estudo de caso da Infoglobo e prefácio dos nossos clientes, Pedro Parente e Cândido Brache.
The Portuguese translation is available here:

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The Australian Institute of Management ranked the original Walking the Talk: Building a Culture for Success as one of their AIM National Top 10
 Business Books of 2011.
Read Article here >

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