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Cultural Engagement

Is the culture within an organization a result of an intentional strategy?
Does the creation of a healthy culture rest on leadership, the management team, or the basic interpersonal skills that dominate employee interaction?
Can employees relate to the mission and vision of the organization, and can they articulate how they contribute to organizational results?


Leadership sets the cultural tone by its decisions and how it communicates. However, it also has the responsibility to instill a broader mindset within its management team to embrace a cultural perspective.
In addition, if leadership leverages the knowledge and experience within the organization by providing a means for employees to consolidate their insights and perspectives, they will trigger a cultural engagement and create a learning organization.
Assessments are a fundamental resource to measure employee and supervisor perspectives against national averages, enabling leadership to take specific actions based on credible information.
“If you are building a culture where honest expectations are communicated and peer accountability is the norm, then the group will address poor performance and attitudes.”
Henry Cloud