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Are you being bitten by the unwritten


Posted on: Thursday 04, January 2018

Are you being bitten by the unwritten rules in your company?

Behaviours and values drive all group culture. But, unwritten rules adversely impact company performance. 

Therefore, it's vital that teams learn to collaborate to purposely expose any unwritten rules. Furthermore, top teams work together to shape their company culture by creating a team charter where everybody is made accountable.

So how well does your company culture measure up?

Head over to this link to check out and download a free and easy to use exercise to expose and transform the underlying unwritten rules that adversely affect your company culture and performance.

Also, check out this link to develop a team charter.

Alternatively, let me help you develop a high-performance culture.

For more details please check out my latest book: Developing High Performance Teams by heading over to the link provided below.

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Jess

Thank you Andrew! Fantasic!

Dan

Great article

Scott WMM

This is a great infographic.

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