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The Role of Leadership in Culture
If the culture is negative, it’s like smog. When it’s positive—it’s the sun, it’s rain, it’s fertilizer—it’s all the things that allow things to grow. Looking back on successes and failures, there’s always an enabling or a disabling culture.—Kat Cole, COO and President, North America, Focus Brands
What employees want is a sense of purpose and mission. That is a crucial component of how you build a workforce. They want to love what they’re doing. —Andrew Thompson, CEO of Proteus Digital Health
Culture and values have to have elasticity, particularly in a global environment and a changing workforce. Otherwise, your business is going to deteriorate.—Robert Johnson, founder and chairman of RLJ Companies
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