Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Chivalry and Guiding Organizational Culture

Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Chivalry and Guiding Organizational Culture

Hello!

It’s school holiday time right now and since I promised to bring my sons to Legoland in Kuala Lumpur a long time ago, here I am, standing in front of this big castle with two brave Knights talking about…Chivalry. Do you know what Chivalry means? It is basically a set of rules or guiding principles, that knights followed.

Watch this video to learn about history of Chivalry and also why it is important to create Guiding Principles in your organization or family.

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Wishing you Great Success,

Arthur Carmazzi

14 thoughts on “Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Chivalry and Guiding Organizational Culture

  1. Hi my name is Donna Marcos and I just wanted to drop you a quick note here. Arthur, I discovered your Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Chivalry and Guiding Organizational Culture – page and noticed that I went on a date with you in Reno. I remember because you were always such a gentleman and were also into chivalry and knights. I was so envious when you rode your horse with your Armour to visit Teresa Grill, I think many of us girls were but we couldn’t say anything. Well great to see that Arthur Carmazzi never stopped being Arthur Carmazzi and you have done so well for yourself. Congratulations

  2. I was just looking at your Agents of Change With Arthur Carmazzi: Chivalry and Guiding Organizational Culture – I just want to tell you, In case you don’t already know… That there are millions of people who would be interested in this topic. you have a chance to get your ideas to more visitors than you can imagine. They are great! It is a privilege to read and watch your leadership videos and references on organizational culture change. Now, let me ask you… Do how can i get my boss to watch your videos and be a better leader so she can be successful to maintain our business?

  3. It’s fun and it’s a way of conveying your feelings in words. Arthur Carmazzi, Thank you for explaining things the easiest way.

  4. I came to your Organizational Culture | Chivalry and Guiding | Agents of Change page and noticed your leadership development skill!

  5. I just literally watched Arthur Carmazzi’s YouTube channel and learned a lot from him, from organizational culture to Leadership development. Such an awesome guy.

  6. Related to this limited use of the culture concept is a tendency for management students to become trapped by the unquestioned assumptions of Western managerial culture without being able to investigate these for themselves.

  7. Hi Arthur Carmazzi! How can a leader reach the lowest levels of the organization in a sense-making way to promote organizational philosophy and culture that is congruent with the leadership’s vision for organizational values and organizational mission?

  8. When employees come to work feeling valued, happy and healthy because they are immersed in a great company culture, they feel more satisfied in their roles and more connected to their teammates, right?

  9. Culture change is as significant and complex as it is difficult to understand and ‘use’ in a thoughtful way. It is also important that we do it inside our families, Arthur Carmazzi is right.


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