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1. Take a user-centered approach to culture design


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Illustration by By Hurca! — Licensed via Adobe Stock

1. Start by Assessing Morale And Emotions


Prioritizing is not easy — especially when you must choose between two good alternatives

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How to create a culture where anyone can belong anywhere

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Source: Gustavo Razzetti (Liberationist)


Your values guide your life — if you know what they are.

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Pic by @clarktibbs/ Unsplash

Please, know your values


Your culture should be more than words

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5 methods to help teammates grow and learn

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Illustration by CurvaBezier/Licensed via Adobe Stock

1. Hold an Agile Retrospective


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The path unfolds itself.


How to create a culture of constant feedback

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1. Ditch performance reviews


A tool to map, design, and evolve your organizational culture

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The Culture Design Canvas created by Gustavo Razzetti, Fearless Culture Design

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