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Creating a High Performance, Values-Aligned Culture

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Leaders who are clear about their company's reason for being (purpose) and who define what “good corporate citizens” look like (values) are able to deliver and sustain both performance and employee satisfaction over time. The creation of a purposeful culture—one that holds employees accountable for exceeding performance expectations while modeling the organization's declared values—is critical for business leaders in today's marketplace.


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