Part 1 Complimentary Download Discover how to raise the quality of conversations to accelerate thru conflict
Learn the Four STEP In-The-Moment Conversations™ method
Put into practice the Eight Accelerator Questions Guide
Building Cultures with
Mindful Leadership at Every Level
Learn how prepared your company is for substantial growth. Take 4 minutes to complete The Scaling UP 4D Assessment™. The assessment's 32 questions are organized around the 4 Decisions framework - People, Strategy, Execution and Cash - the decisions you must get right - or risk leaving significant revenues, profits and time on the table. Once completed you will get immediate feedback via email.
A typical engagement with Cultures That Work, Inc. provides the following services designed for Business Growth through Strategic Culture Alignment.
Cultures That Work, Inc. will customize your deliverables listed below on an as needed basis.
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Company Culture Alignment
Culture Alignment begins with an Executive Team that is healthy and aligned. A healthy and aligned team is cohesive.
Importance of Values
Values are deeply held principles that people hold or adhere to when making decisions. Individuals express their values though their behaviors.
Traditionally, intangibles such as culture and values have been difficult to measure and, therefore, have not been included as part of the business manager’s scorecard or the dashboard of key performance indicators.