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Brave New Law: operationalising culture

Date: 12 October 2020, 13:00 - 14:00
Location: Online webinar

Culture is comprised of the views and behaviours of the people who comprise your organisation. A strong, positive culture will attract top talent and create an environment of elevated performance across the organisation. A weak, negative culture will drive away top talent and create an environment of mediocrity.

Event Details

A key aspect of the general counsel role is now being an arbiter of culture as organisations are waking up to the fact that negative cultures create risk situations. But how can we operationalise culture and ensure that we are helping to practically create the cultures that we need in our organisations? How do we also cope with the fact that culture is not static so how it comes to life is an ongoing task for leaders in organisations.

Our panel will be sharing practical ideas from their perspectives as leaders in organisations with very different cultures on how to operationalise key aspects of culture such as respect; purpose and potential.

Brave New Law


13:00 – 14:00



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