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Workplace culture under threat: how to protect it in the new world of work.
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Workplace culture under threat: how to protect it in the new world of work.

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Workplace culture under threat: how to protect it in the new world of work.

Many leaders are worried that as a result of the turmoil caused by the pandemic –  and the consequent dramatic impact it is having on how we work – that the culture of their organization is under threat or will be adversely affected.

This guide highlights – in very real and practical terms – the business impact of culture:

  • How it influences every critical touchpoint in an organization, from recruiting and retaining the best talent, to shaping their engagement, productivity, and advocacy, through the quality of the employee experience.

And we walk you through:

  • How to health-check your company’s culture
  • The importance of hyper-personalized, relevant communication – and how it can be achieved
  • The steps you need to take to repair, protect and sustain your culture for success in the challenging new world of work.



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Declan Arthur

Declan Arthur

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