• Kathy Andrews

6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability


Culture, which is often thought of as a company’s most precious asset, is increasingly a liability for companies that don’t tend to it.


Continued advocacy around #MeToo, new levels of scrutiny from investors and regulators, and increased activism on social media are forcing boards and CEOs to be accountable for culture in ways they haven’t been before.


So, how do organizations make the shift from reactive cultural clean-up to proactive cultural vigilance?


"We asked ourselves that exact question earlier this year. We began by polling Weber Shandwick’s global community of crisis practitioners."


Check out the results and analysis here: 6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability

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Kathy Andrews


kathy@cingaleadership.com

604.506.7455

leadership • performance • development

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