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5 Ways to Balance Work / Life Integration
By Constanza Busto
2020 has left a trail of exhausted people, mentally drained, after coping with a year of high uncertainty. We learned to adapt by force and reinvented ourselves. But more importantly, where we developed resilience, our ability to bounce back in the face of adversity grew and as a result, we came out stronger.
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Stillness at the Core: How to Be at Your Best in Seemingly Never-Ending Uncertainty
By Fran Cherny
2021. The calendar year has changed. However, if we are expecting things to be different just because a new year has begun, we are bound to be disappointed. Practiced the following three techniques to be at your best in seemingly never-ending uncertainty.
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Empowering Change-Makers to Propel Your Culture Transformation
By Teryluz Andreu
Organizations place a lot of value on leaders who can effectively lead others through change. However, despite the importance that both leaders and organizations place on change leadership, many organizations lack an intentional strategy to help their leaders become effective change-makers.  
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Culture Change: Creating a roadmap for culture change
By Anabel Dumlao
An essential part of closing the gap between where an organization is now and where they need to be is providing a clear roadmap for culture change. This is an important step toward making the necessary changes.
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How Perfectionism Kills Excellence
By Constanza Busto
Some people believe perfectionism is a positive trait. However, we have found that perfectionism kills excellence, harms relationships, compromises results in the long term, and generates frustration and disappointment.
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Culture Change: A Common Language Accelerates Culture Change
By Constanza Busto
“Talk” is important. What is communicated about the transformation journey, when aligned with a leader’s behavior, systems, and symbols across the organization, helps accelerate change and enables people feeling part of the journey. The way we tell the story of transformation to ourselves and others can have an inspirational power when connected to a purpose and values.
Water is like the culture of an organization, it is always there, but often we don’t see it.
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Culture Change: Measuring the Gap Makes the Invisible, Visible
By Elena Ortega
Culture can be as invisible as water in the sea, yet its immensely important role is ever-present. Using a clear and defined approach to defining the ideal culture, the current culture, the leadership styles and behaviors, and identifying gaps gives us a clear path forward and makes the invisible, visible.
leaders' behavior paves the way
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Culture Change: For Culture to Change, Leaders Must Change
By Horacio Rieznik
Leaders usually understand intellectually the logical connection between their behaviors and the resulting organizational culture. In our work at Axialent, we have never seen leaders rejecting their responsibility in that. What seems harder for leaders to envision from the beginning are the implications for their own personal transformation.
Team working together with their leader
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Culture Change: Culture and Leadership are Intimately Connected
By Meghan Stone
At Axialent we define culture as a set of values, norms, beliefs, and assumptions that govern how we work and what we do. Organizational culture and leadership go hand in hand. To understand the culture of an organization, you must examine its leaders and leadership styles.
Image used to illustrate 5 reasons to integrate OCI-OEI and LSI diagnostic tools in culture transformation
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5 Reasons To Integrate OCI-OEI And LSI Diagnostic Tools In Culture Transformation
By Elena Ortega
In our experience, integrating the OCI-OEI and LSI tools is central to any culture transformation journey. They help leaders understand the ideal culture that supports their strategy. They show the extent to which the current culture is aligned with the vision of the company and the work climate that shapes the current culture.
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