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Culture: The Map to High Performance

From nations to companies and individuals, values and culture are a driven force behind the decisions that we make. Connecting your company values or culture to everyday decision-making makes a huge impact on your bottom-line.

But how does a company harness the power of culture? Our UK partner, Phil Clothier and Jay Blithe from Barrett Values Centre shared their insights on how to do this, and how business leaders can map and measure their company culture.

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