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Organisational Culture in Multinationals

Organisational culture is the vibe and feeling inside of a business. Organisational culture can mean the difference between organisations thriving or surviving. Many CEO’s have offered culture as the catalyst for massive change and growth. In this eBook we discuss what organisational culture is, and ways in which we can build it. The approach is taken from practical experience in building organisational culture, and from an Organisational Psychology perspective – it looks to consider organisations holistically and through a humanistic lens which means we look to improve the experience for an individual and meet company objectives. Both goals are possible in great companies.

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Culture is always there. Creating clarity and building culture consciously means we are not at its mercy. Edgar Schein notes “The only thing of real importance that leaders do is to create and manage culture. If you do not manage culture, it manages you, and you may not even be aware of the extent to which this is happening“. Learn how in this eBook.

About the Author

Patricia Inez Meiring

Organisational Psychologist

My passion is to understand how businesses work. I evaluate strategy and chart the implications for the business and behaviour.

I have a deep understanding of people and a passion for driving healthy culture. I work with human-centred design.

My experience leading change is in small and large complex and challenging environments within EMEA and America.

I own the work, and love supporting leaders in their evolution, shifting mindsets and behaviour.

I have a DPROF in Organisational Psychology researching business evolution and psychology in a deep and profound way.

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