The Golden Thread

The Golden Thread

How consistent culture creates purposeful people and high performance

Leanne Hamley

$9.99

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The Golden Thread is a blueprint for authentic organizational culture: what it is, what it isn't, why it matters, and how to build it.

If you are passionate about creating an environment where people thrive, you’ll understand the value of real engagement and values alignment. But how do you make it happen? Consciously or not, company culture runs like a golden thread through any organization, and where it is not thoughtfully nurtured it unravels - leaving a toxic environment filled with bureaucracy, politics and poor mental health.

The Golden Thread guides business leaders through this concept – exploring cultural diagnostics and revealing what they really mean. This book will show you how to design and develop your own target culture, one that is right for your people and business. It then takes you step by step through the employee lifecycle, helping you to weave your new cultural and values through everything to build a happy, healthy, high performing organization.

Leanne Hamley is an experienced leader and business coach specializing in behavioural change, leadership development and organizational culture.


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Leanne Hamley:
Leanne Hamley is an experienced leader and business coach specializing in behavioural change, leadership development and organizational culture. Having worked across multiple sectors, industries and countries, she understands what makes people and organisations thrive. Leanne works with organizations to create authentic cultures that put the wellbeing of their people at the heart of the business, cultures where values have real meaning and purpose. She has set up numerous high-performing Learning & Development functions and has worked on international HR Change programmes for major companies such as DHL and McKesson. Her time in Sri Lanka working on a change programme to integrate child Tamil soldiers into a Sinhalese orphanage helped her understand fully the power of culture for behaviour change.

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