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THE NEED TO UNDERSTAND YOUR ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE
WHAT IS CULTURE?
An organization's culture defines the proper way to behave within the organization. This culture consists of shared beliefs and values established by leaders and then communicated and reinforced through various methods, ultimately shaping employee perceptions, behaviors and understanding.
In the business world, who you are and what you stand for is the new frontier of competitive advantage. Business leaders all over the world are discovering that ethics and values are good for business. Who you are and what you stand for have become just as important as the quality of goods and services that you sell.
VALUES & BEHAVIORS
Choosing the “right” core values and developing behaviours for your organisation can be a daunting task. There are some basic rules to consider:
You should choose no more than three or four core values (maximum five) because employees find it difficult to remember more. This will keep your employees focused on the drivers of performance.
Make sure the values resonate with your employees by involving as many of them as possible in the process of choosing values. A good way to begin this process is by conducting an organisationwide assessment.
After you have determined your values, you will need to develop two or three behaviour statements for each value. Since values are concepts that transcend contexts, and behaviours are contextual, it will be helpful to identify different behaviours for different functions or parts of the organisation.
IMPACT OF VALUES
The structures, policies, procedures, and incentives that an organisation embraces are a reflection of the values system of the organisation. The core values of an organisation should do three things:
Meet the needs of employees,
Meet the needs of the organisation,
Meet the needs of other stakeholders, such as customers, investors, the local communities in which the organisation operates and society at large.
Core values should also express the unique characteristic or functions of the organisation.
THE TOOLS WE USE
The Culture Measuring Tools (CMT) are one of the most detailed and comprehensive emotional climate diagnostics and values assessment instruments commercially available, to leaders, consultants, and coaches.
The Culture Tools are designed to support leaders in building highperformance, values driven cultures that attract and keep talented people and increase staff engagement.
Our surveys provide the input you need to plan and manage your change initiatives, your cultural transformation programs, your diversity interventions, your talent management and leadership development initiatives, and your customer feedback. They make the intangibles tangible and provide lead indicators for measuring individual and collective performance.
Provides leaders with a way of managing the cultural evolution of their organisation as they would manage their finances.
The results can generate deep meaningful conversations about the purpose and strategy of the organisation and the wellbeing of all stakeholders.
Provides a road map for achieving high performance, resilience, and longterm sustainability.
Affordable – The Culture Measuring Tools provides you with all the data you need for analysing the climate of a team without the full cost of a larger group.
Fast Turnaround – CMT typically goes from survey initiation to reporting in one week.
The client agrees to conduct the survey
We prepare the
template for values cutomisation
We agree with the client about the values template
Client sensitises the staff about the assessment
We set up the survey online
Client completes the survey
Survey closed and the report is generated
Feedback workshop on the client's premises
Wayforward and closure
our culture tool
We measure culture using Barrett's to the 7 levels of consciousness