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Business Continuity Needs Culture Continuity

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How do organisations ensure business continuity following a major market change? By ensuring culture continuity. Through listening to employees, business leaders can understand the priorities and values that define their organisation. Studies show that business performance hinges on the ability to create a purpose-driven culture – what better way to create that culture than reflecting […]

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How do organisations ensure business continuity following a major market change? By ensuring culture continuity.

Through listening to employees, business leaders can understand the priorities and values that define their organisation. Studies show that business performance hinges on the ability to create a purpose-driven culture – what better way to create that culture than reflecting the ideals at the heart of your business?

Join us as Mark Heywood, Head of Performance and Recognition, Lloyds Banking Group and Stephen Jones, Head of Reward, DWF Law, LLP discuss the importance of culture continuity:

•    What tools are needed to truly understand the qualities, behaviours and values of your people? How can you embed them into company culture?
•    How can business leaders respond to a crisis in a way that makes employees proud?
•    How can you give employees a voice when going through a period of change?
•    Why is culture continuity essential for business continuity and longevity?

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