Transformational Culture: Develop a People-Centred Organization for Improved Performance


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Company culture is the foundation of business success. Strong culture drives an average of four times more revenue growth, 12% more productivity and half the employee turnover rate. Driven by global health, economic and environmental emergencies and rising social justice and employee activism, organizations are urgently seeking a new cultural model which will enable them to thrive. 

Transformational Culture provides a blueprint for a fair, just, inclusive, sustainable, and high performing organization. With a foreword from Dave Ulrich and expert analysis of the benefits of a people-focused and values lead organization, it provides 8 transformational enablers to deliver individual, team and business success. 

The book offers practical guidance for HR professionals and business leaders on how to redefine their culture and to embed a unique, practical framework to assist with the resolution of concerns, complaints, and conflicts at work. Tried and tested toolkits and templates plus case studies from organizations who have successfully implemented this approach including London Ambulance Service, Aviva, The FT and British Retail Consortium.

About the Author 

David Liddle is the CEO of the TCM Group and president of the Institute of Organizational Dynamics (IOD). David is a recognised leader in the areas of conflict resolution, cultural change, and transformational leadership. For over twenty years, David Liddle and his team have been delivering award winning conflict resolution, leadership development, and cultural change programmes for organizations across the globe. 
NameTransformational Culture: Develop a People-Centred Organization for Improved Performance
AuthorDavid Liddle
Published Year2021
Page Count320
PublisherKogan Page
FormatPaperback
SKU9781789661088-AMZ
ISBN9781789661088