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This podcast is about leadership, authenticity and courage. Every episode is a personal development experience showing you how you can transform yourself and thus transform those around you and ultimately the organisation within which you work. Take a stand, choose a value - accountability, one-team, customer centric, and many more - and come away with insights and practical tips on what it takes to authenticity live that day to day. Many people and organisations hold these values, but don’t practise them. Through this podcast you will close that gap and as a result earn higher trust from your clients and colleagues, because they see you walking your talk. Carolyn Taylor is a global thought leader in personal development and culture change, with a reputation for practical, insightful and do-able approach. She has coached thousands of leaders and helped hundreds of organisations change their culture, and is the author of the classic best-selling handbook Walking the Talk: How to Build a culture for success.

This podcast is about leadership, authenticity and courage. Every episode is a personal development experience showing you how you can transform yourself and thus transform those around you and ultimately the organisation within which you work. Take a stand, choose a value - accountability, one-team, customer centric, and many more - and come away with insights and practical tips on what it takes to authenticity live that day to day. Many people and organisations hold these values, but don’t practise them. Through this podcast you will close that gap and as a result earn higher trust from your clients and colleagues, because they see you walking your talk. Carolyn Taylor is a global thought leader in personal development and culture change, with a reputation for practical, insightful and do-able approach. She has coached thousands of leaders and helped hundreds of organisations change their culture, and is the author of the classic best-selling handbook Walking the Talk: How to Build a culture for success.
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Amsterdam, Netherlands

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This podcast is about leadership, authenticity and courage. Every episode is a personal development experience showing you how you can transform yourself and thus transform those around you and ultimately the organisation within which you work. Take a stand, choose a value - accountability, one-team, customer centric, and many more - and come away with insights and practical tips on what it takes to authenticity live that day to day. Many people and organisations hold these values, but don’t practise them. Through this podcast you will close that gap and as a result earn higher trust from your clients and colleagues, because they see you walking your talk. Carolyn Taylor is a global thought leader in personal development and culture change, with a reputation for practical, insightful and do-able approach. She has coached thousands of leaders and helped hundreds of organisations change their culture, and is the author of the classic best-selling handbook Walking the Talk: How to Build a culture for success.

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Episodes

Episode 102: Use symbols to change your culture

5/14/2019
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Use symbols to change your culture. There a hundreds of symbols that you can use to demonstrate that you are a leader who walks your talk. Whichever culture goals and values you and your organisation aspire to, being smart about how you use symbols is the fastest way to signal change. And the great thing, most of these are 100% in your control. Whenever you make choices about how you use your time, or how you spend money, for example, you are making symbolic decisions. This episode shows you...

Duration:00:09:26

Episode 101: How you can walk your talk at work

5/4/2019
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Do you want to be seen as an authentic leader? That means living by the values you and your organisation espouse. “Be the change you want to see in the world”, said Gandhi, and when it comes to changing an organisation’s culture, that means translating aspirational goals like accountability, customer-centricity or one-team into day to day behaviours and actions. Many leaders are criticised for not walking their talk because they are not able to make this transition. This episode starts you...

Duration:00:10:31