Organisational Culture

Our lives are filled with organisation.
We see it in our daily tasks,
Manoeuvring through without chaos.
Organisational Culture defines our actions.

Values, expectations, and practices.
We find our respective collections,
And guide the actions of all involved.
Moving in harmony like a dancefloor.

Wellbeing and performance.
Like two dancers, hand-in hand,
Navigating smoothly as can be,
Without a single clash in sight.

What is Organisational Culture?
It’s a dancefloor. It’s a business.
It’s a family. It’s a lifestyle.  
Bringing unity in this amazing world

About this poem

A candid look at an organisation as a ballroom.

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Written on June 02, 2021

Submitted by lj_1 on June 24, 2021

Modified on March 05, 2023

25 sec read

Quick analysis:

Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 553
Words 85
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4

Lee Chambers

Lee Chambers (born 22 May 1985) is a British psychologist, coach and entrepreneur. He is the founder of PhenomGames and Essentialise Workplace Wellbeing. He has been featured by Vogue, the Guardian and the BBC. His specialisms are the psychology of wellbeing, colours and workplaces. He holds a BSc in International Business Psychology and an MSc inEnvironmental Psychology from the University of Surrey. He has been interviewed by Vogue, The Guardian and Newsweek, and is known for analyzing the psychological aspects of the workplaces, wellbeing and colour. His clients include Indeed, RBS, Gazprom and PwC. He is the host of the Self Aware Entrepreneur Show, and was voted in the Top 50 BAME Entrepreneurs Under 50 in 2020. He is trusted by publications such as Medical News Today, the BBC and Healthline. Born in Bolton, Lancashire, and residing in Preston, UK, he is passionate about conscious leadership, equality of health opportunity and nature. Lee is the cousin of British athlete Dwain Chambers. He has recorded over 100 podcasts, includes episodes with Steven Bartlett, Josh Elledge and Shelly F. Knight. Lee was featured in the Top 50 BAME Entrepreneurs Under 50, alongside Nitin Passi, Sonya Barlow, Eric Yuan and Ranjan Chatterjee. In addition, he has been recognised by alongside Anne Boden, Tom Blomfield, Ben Francis and Leah Totton. In 2020, he was highlighted as a black entrepreneur to watch along with Timothy Armoo of Fanbytes by Business Live. more…

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