Your organizational culture defines all the various ways your staff thinks, behaves and interacts with one another.

It’s a fluid and dynamic mixture of customs, rules, and expectations, and has a critical impact on the overall growth and success of your business. Successful organizations understand the type of culture they are reinforcing, and how it must shift in order to better support the company’s vision.

Certainty-oriented cultures

Certainty-oriented cultures

These are driven by leadership alone, and are therefore more stagnant, and limited in their ability to grow.

Growth-oriented cultures

Growth-oriented cultures

These empower their people to make decisions that serve the best interests of the customer and the organization. They effectively grow and maintain the best talent by training, recognizing and rewarding collaboration. They create systems and processes to empower employees to maintain and grow the culture within boundaries.

Take control of your culture.

The culture of your organization is already in place and is influencing decisions, actions, teamwork, productivity and results. By taking control of it, and fostering the culture that will best support the growth of your organization, you can:

  • Create or utilize a strong strategy that moves you towards your vision.
  • Align your people with the attitudes, competencies and effort required to thrive in your organization.
  • Create a leadership style that sells the vision and creates accountability for the strategic outcomes.
  • Effectively recognize, reinforce and reward the right behaviors, in a way that supports collaboration and continued growth.