What truly influences company culture? What do you do when you’ve inherited a toxic company culture? Phillipa, Afrika and Rowan cut through the waffle in this webinar – offering astute advice based on years of experience. They explain why culture cannot be designated as an HR function, the value of conflict as a revealer of culture, and how to manage diversity and inclusion well.
This short documentary tells the tale of two brothers, who chose to walk away from a multi-franchise family business founded in 1944 – to find their own blueprint for life. Years of carefully calculated choices have added up to redefine success in an industry known for shadiness and predatory practices. And as their staff and clients attest, they truly put people before profit, every day.
Gideon Galloway, CEO of King Price insurance, discusses how to orchestrate creativity. He points out that when companies are new, small, and unburdened by corporate bureaucracy they are free-thinking and nurture creativity. His challenge to business leaders is to adopt a management style that gives employees the freedom to flourish, even as the business grows in size and complexity.
Peter Greer gives us a counter-intuitive perspective on competitors. He talks about how collaboration with and generosity towards others in our field actually serves to strengthen us and multiply our impact.
As CEO of the South African Bureau of Standards, Martin had to provide leadership in a toxic relational environment. He shares valuable lessons on building relationships and trust as a business leader.