Character, Trust and Behavior Are the Key to Organizational Performance and Innovation, New Global Study Confirms
New York – April 27, 2016 – Organizations that deliberately focus on purpose, values, trust and behavior outperform those that adhere to more conventional ways of doing business, according to a global research study released today by LRN.
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They want to speak up but may need help in knowing what to speak up about,” said Mr. Bostrom. Values drive behaviors, and behaviors drive outcomes, so it’s critical for leaders to not only have their fingers on the pulse of what the culture in the organization is, but to also know how to influence that culture, said Jean-Marc Levy, president of ethics and compliance solutions at LRN.
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