Online activities have all seen a massive increase since the pandemic began, and this means more is being communicated, through our staff and others, about your organisation… in a highly accessible public forum.
Building or re-building policy, culture and brands that are trustworthy has become as important to business survival as innovation and the adoption of technology in this new age. But when it comes to trust, does it have to be so complicated?
In a keynote for the Australian Institute of Company Directors entitled, ‘What’s your board’s role in leading organisational culture online?’ I discussed the challenge of leading culture, the online facets of culture in today’s world, and what this means for directors on boards. Here are some of the key points from the presentation.
Many forward-thinking organisations would say they are working to foster a culture of leadership across all levels of the business. What does this mean for the development of team members’ personal brands?