Friday Link Around: Top Posts on Culture

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This week, the Friday Link Around takes on a slightly different focus – we explore what “culture” means to leaders. Leading organizations both large and small demand the creation of a cohesive culture of shared ideas and values. For startups, the transformation from “five guys in a garage” to a staff of dozens of employees with titles, HR policies, and the like requires leaders to create and maintain an organizational culture deliberately. I’ve written about culture many times on Leading Leaders, and below are the “Top Five” posts about culture for your reading pleasure.

Do you have any tips on creating and maintaining culture in your organization? Tell me about them in the comments below!


Commanders Lead Culture

Creating a Culture of Respect

What Can Jessica Alba Teach About Organizational Culture

Global Success Means Cultural Literacy

Raising Them Right: The Value of Onboarding

Mickey's Rules for Leaders eBook CoverMickey believes everyone can reach high levels of performance if inspired and led. During his 28 year US Air Force career Mickey commanded thousands of Airmen, managed portfolios worth billions of dollars, and worked with military, civil, and industry officials around the world. He is a Distinguished Graduate from the Eisenhower School at National Defense University in Washington DC.

Mickey is the author of seven books, including Leading Leaders: Inspiring, Empowering, and Motivating Teams and The 5 Be’s For Starting Out. He’s a frequent contributor to industry publications and blogs.

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