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The grids in this guide should serve to make executives more aware of possible differences in the countries they visit to enhance their own effectiveness as communicators and to strengthen employees’ perceptions of them as excellent leaders. The grids provide suggestions when traveling to other countries for adapting several typical aspects of meetings that executives conduct with either other executives or with employees.
Read Leader’s Guide to Unlocking Cross-Cultural Communication in All-Hands Meetings »
First, to make any kind of change in a workforce, employees need to become involved, not just informed. Second, it’s difficult to tell how well the culture is working without measurement.
Read Communicating Corporate Culture to Employees »
A discussion on the pros and cons of using standardized questions on engagement surveys vs. customized questions based on an organization’s own culture
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Corporate culture can help drive business results, but it takes a cultural audit to differentiate which elements of the culture can lead to superior performance.
Read Developing Surveys to Measure the Impact of Corporate Culture »
How you can use a survey to prove the link between employee communication, company culture and successful business outcomes.
Read Communication, culture and surveys »