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What is the role of ‘Tone at the top’ for culture?

Boards that set a high tone for character and performance bring about more trusted and higher performing organisations.

Insync CEO Nicholas Barnett writes about the role of “The tone at the top” in setting organisational culture in the latest edition of the Governance Institute of Australia’s journal.

Read the full article here:  “What is the role of ‘Tone at the Top’ in setting culture?”

Perhaps all the more relevant and timely following the recent handing down of findings from the Royal Commission into Banking and Financial Services, Barnett discusses why setting a high bar is vital for an organisation’s character and performance, and the role of the Chair and CEO in maintaining integrity and ethics.

 


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