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    <strong> Do you bring your personal style to your team? What can we learn from the recent leaks about teamwork at Downing Street?  </strong>
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    <strong> The Interactions Between Behaviours, Systems and Symbols </strong>
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    <strong> Behaviours, Symbols and Systems - Channels for Culture </strong>
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    <strong> Do You Know How to Change Your Organisation’s Habits? </strong>
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    Unconscious Bias to Gender and the Glass Ceiling
<strong> Do you bring your personal style to your team? What can we learn from the recent leaks about teamwork at Downing Street?  </strong>

Do you bring your personal style to your team? What can we learn from the recent leaks about teamwork at Downing Street?

  • By Martin Egan PhD
  • 22 Jun 2017

Up until last week, it seems, those of us who had thought about Theresa May and her public image had assumed her cabinet and team working skills were polished and efficient with a little personal fun; aligned to her media image and choice of shoes. However, as the media coverage has shown us this week, this was very far from the everyday truth. Theresa’s team working skills are far more ordinary and akin to those teams we have all been unfortunate to be part of.

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<strong> The Interactions Between Behaviours, Systems and Symbols </strong>

The Interactions Between Behaviours, Systems and Symbols

  • By Martin Egan PhD
  • 17 May 2017

The key to cultural change is not a one size fits all, it’s knowing from robust diagnostic insights, which solutions to implement and when for the greatest impact, looking at all three levels of behaviours, systems and symbols – and these need to be driven by the strategy.

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