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  1. Liked all the points you mentioned in the post especially the first one. evaluating the candidate at the very beginning is must. Online pre-assessment tools are very helpful in this. Keep sharing the worthy content.

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  2. I believe the best way is to see the leaders of an organization, their behavior elaborates a perfect example of organizational culture. Culture travels from upper management to lower management and if an organization is having a strong culture then it does not even require a set of formal rules about how to conduct and what are the boundaries. Many organizations use their culture to greatly influence how people behave in an organization.

  3. Thanks for pointing out that openness and flexibility in leadership are important aspects of a company’s culture. My husband’s boss has been very resistant to change in the way the company does things. There’s a lot of potential benefits they’ve missed out on because the leadership is inflexible. I think they could really benefit from leadership training to help them be more open to change.

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