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About Johnny Walker

Johnny Walker is an executive coach, and corporate facilitator and speaker. As a licensed channel partner with Integrity Solutions, and the author of Foundational Core Values training, Johnny offers concrete processes that enable your people do what they do best, more often, more consistently and more effectively. Visit www.JohnnyWalker.Co and www.FoundationalCoreValues.com for more information on how he can help you and your team make it to the next level of success!

Get Your Morning Started Off Right!

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4 Advantages A Process Brings To Your Culture

Every organization has a culture, but not all of them are good cultures, and even fewer are great cultures. Good cultures are customer centric; meaning, they put the customers above themselves. Great cultures do that with both the external customer … Continue reading

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3 Attitudes That Damage Leaders

It is interesting to read the headlines about the Millennial generation that has now become such a prominent player within corporate America. Headlines like "Boomers Out, Millennials In" are very telling in how we engage with everyone around us, in … Continue reading

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Are Your Beliefs Trustworthy?

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Deployment Matters

Changing behavior isn’t easy.  Not only does it take a lot of hard work, but it requires a concrete process that you can trust and follow on a daily basis.   Most training courses give you great content, but if that … Continue reading

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Creating The Right Culture

Culture is often defined as: “How your people think and act.”  There is a lot of talk about creating culture, and a lot of confusion on how to create the right one.  Every organization has a culture; in fact, yours … Continue reading

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