The Business Culture
Welcome to your Cultural Self-Assessment
Are you curious about the state of your business culture? Concerned that your culture might be the root cause of seemingly unsolvable problems? Wondering if a different culture could transform your business?
The Cultural Brilliance™ Self-Assessment provides an opportunity to reflect on whether you’re using the potential (the brilliance) in your culture or if it’s being left on the proverbial table. This assessment tool is designed to be a conversation starter, to pique your curiosity, and discover what you think about how your culture operates (the great, the not-so-good, and the areas that hold back your business).
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Our organization is safe for interpersonal risk taking (for example, making mistakes, sharing vulnerabilities, or raising concerns).
Blame, gossip, and finger pointing are not part of our culture.
Feedback is given and received in a timely manner with professionalism and empathy.
People regularly express the truth of their experiences to their team, in meetings, or to leadership.
In some companies, people tell leaders what they believe leaders want to hear. This never happens in our organization.
In our business, leaders listen openly to information they don’t want to hear or disagree with.
When problems surface, we invest the time, resources, and effort to uncover the root cause.
Decisions are made in a timely way and communicated with clarity. Who is responsible for what and by when are all outlined and distributed.
After we implement a solution, we evaluate it for effectiveness and identify any necessary changes to our process.
Our teams take ownership of decisions, projects, and tasks.
Trust is high throughout our organization, we exchange feedback, and hold each other accountable.
Employees regularly report that they feel empowered to solve problems and implement change.
Our organization is satisfied with our level of productivity and the quality of our results.
In some organizations, innovation falters due to a lack of personal discipline and organizational accountability. This never happens in our company.
It’s clear to us how innovation accelerates positive organizational outcomes.
In our company, the right information gets to the right people at the right time.
People are willing to have challenging conversations when needed.
Teams can easily get the information they need to complete their work.
In our organization, morale is high, people are engaged, and the energy is positive.
People are consistently recognized and appreciated for their accomplishments, contributions, and commitment.
It’s clear that appreciation builds trust and fuels productivity.
We have an identified, shared company purpose.
Our company’s purpose drives our strategic initiatives.
People have clear understanding of how they contribute to organizational success.
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