Companies are like individuals and communities; they have beliefs and behaviors that shape them. These beliefs and behaviors are known as corporate culture. Corporate culture may be written. But in small companies, it is usually unwritten. An example is when a bank pays for all its employees’ lunches on Wednesdays, and the employees identify with

Overcoming Resistance to Corporate Culture Changes

A good part of our leadership skills development work has been with a non-profit food bank organization. They perform a tremendous service in providing low-income families and three million seniors with nutritious food, both fresh and packaged. In their expansion efforts, they wanted to be more visible and recruit more volunteers and sponsors from their

Consummate Leadership Provides Why and Asks What