Why culture must be a priority in the post-COVID world
From tech to talent and from onsite to hybrid office; leaders are going through an accelerated period of complex change and deep uncertainty. How does your organization embrace agile, daring, and anti-fragile cultures?
As the Titanic’s captain grasped a little too late on that fateful night in 1912, 90 percent of an iceberg’s mass lies beneath the surface. Culture is similar as it includes observable behaviors as well as everything underneath. But it is important that leaders focus on the culture to drive performance, create uniqueness and make it possible to make successful and long-term change.
Hack Future Lab’s research shows that 83% of executives see culture playing a far greater role in sustaining a thriving workforce in a post-Covid world. An overwhelming 84% agreed that culture is critical for business success, and 60% agreed that culture is more important than strategy or the business model.
All of this sounds great, but the research sadly also shows that half of the respondents informed that culture at the current moment was not a strength and not even on the agenda.
But where should we start?
Join us at this NOCA meeting where Bestselling author and global leadership authority Terence Mauri focuses on WHY designing a culture-first organization is the best way to embrace disruption and harness uncertainty as a unique inflection point for renewal and reinvention for HR and Leaders.
With so many unknowns, it’s time to flip the switch, turn on the lights and ask the question: Are you ready to out-pace disruption with culture?
Terence Mauri is the founder of Hack Future Lab, a global management think tank that helps leaders navigate deep uncertainty and complex futures. Terence holds entrepreneur mentor roles at MIT and LSE and is frequently invited to speak at organisations around the world about how to co-create a culture-first future. His new book The 3D Leader: take your leadership to the next dimension has been described as a ‘game changer’ by the Financial Times.
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