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Financial Reporting Insights - February 2018

Published on: Feb 06, 2018


The CFO: A cultural change agent

Employee turnover is expensive. Some practitioners estimate that losing an employee costs an organization 150% of their salary! Indeed, providing your employees with an optimal experience is non-negotiable if you want to attract and keep the best and the brightest.

We have all observed a drastic shift in employee expectations over the last few years—a tendency to gravitate towards companies that offer a meaningful and engaging workplace. For many companies, this requires significant change, and change requires leadership. The CFO is best positioned to champion the necessary culture change and create a fulfilling work environment.

Join Catherine Parsons Dhamija, a partner at Deloitte, as she explains an easy-to-use framework for cultural transformation—from diagnosing the existing culture to reinforcing desired behaviours and outcomes.

Learn this four-step process


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