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Axialent is the global leader in culture transformation. We help multinational organizations drive sustainable business results by creating effective behavioral change in people throughout departments, across languages and around the world.
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Conscious Business Inside

In today’s new “normal”, we find ourselves more and more in need of tools to manage disruption, change and uncertainty, and to help our people navigate the VUCA around them. The increasingly fast pace of change can be overwhelming.

Innovation

There really isn’t much of a dilemma to innovate or not. Companies must be innovative to face a turbulent present and an uncertain future. But how do you transform a siloed bureaucracy into a fast, collaborative team of innovators with a shared purpose?

Execution Excellence

Speed and agility are required now more than ever. Alignment in execution is vital to achieve impeccability and enable it to go fast while navigating the VUCA.
what our clients are saying
Following the Axialent program, I clearly understood the task I faced to transform the culture within the business I was responsible for. After listening to hundreds of employees, we created our core values that accelerated our performance to change the culture. We saw better team engagement, happier staff, better turnover and significant improvement of our results.
Managing Director, Groupe PSA
what our clients are saying
Over the past two years, we’ve been working on a culture transformation project with Axialent. The last 24 months have been the most successful in the history of Mercado Libre. I am certain that working on our culture has been one of the key factors of this recent success.
CFO, Mercado Libre
what our clients are saying
Working with Axialent has allowed us like never before to increase our ability to take responsibility and create a culture of achievement and cross-collaboration at every level in our organization. Axialent's unique approach to having people work with themselves, each other and on key projects with full engagement has been of invaluable help to our organization.
Corporate Vice President, Microsoft

How we make a difference

Financial Services
From doing Agile to being Agile
A bank ranked among the top 5 largest in Europe and among the 10 leading banks in South America, present in 11 countries with over 130,000 employees, had a clear strategic vision, but realized that they needed to accelerate the execution of their digital strategy (digital channels growing 2 to 3 times slower than competitors)...
Technology
From misaligned to globally synchronized
In order to increase its competitiveness in the market, a leading software multinational company initiated a major restructuring from a geography-based structure to a complex, three-dimensional matrix organization.
Our latest insights
Article
The Three Most Common Pitfalls of Culture Change
By Fran Cherny
After more than ten years’ experience facilitating and advising on culture transformation programs, I have identified three common pitfalls that trap most executives during the change process. My purpose in this article is to discuss how these pitfalls emerge and suggest three concrete solutions that could help to avoid them...
Upcoming Webinar
How to find courage in adversity and become the leader you want to be
By Barbara Geels-Dingle
In this webinar, Barbara Geels-Dingle, Axialent consultant and stage 2 breast cancer survivor, will help you identify cues for courage and be more in flow when faced with adversity...
Video
What is “Execution Excellence” and Why it Matters in the 2020s
By Albert Durig
In this fifth episode of the Conscious Conversations series, Albert Durig covers eleven questions about what “execution excellence” is and why it matters in the 2020s.
Article
Congruency and next-level performance are easier when we 1) think in decades 2) prioritize annually and 3) experiment/learn weekly
By Raphael Louis Vitón
What does our next-level business environment look like 10 years from now? What kind of company will we need to be to compete in 2030? Who do I need to BE/BECOME to help lead my company to get there successfully? Will my “current-level” thinking and behaving be enough?
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