I started my career in the HR field at a time when leaders still referred to it as Personnel. Conversations about culture were just starting to emerge.
We have come a long way and leaders now agree, or are fair warned, that culture is critical to success; many studies confirm there are economic gains when culture is made a priority.
Most organizations have some form of a Culture Survey or Pulse Survey to check in on employees; are they engaged and happy with leaders and work conditions etc.
However, many of these tools ask questions and then compare against a norm of what a great culture ‘should’ look like rather than helping leaders shape and understand the culture that is unique to their organization.
Culture is made up of the habits and practices of the people and systems; with many paths to success.
Leadership is trending toward more simplicity. Identifying core principles that can guide behaviors across the organization that support a desired culture. Disruption and transformations are the norm, requiring a stronger connection to the culture shifts that support these changes.
The ability to measure customized behaviors, as well understand the roadblocks that exist within the system, continuously, has been expensive and difficult to execute at scale; until now!
Thrive’s N-Gauge program eliminates culture surveys and opens up a continuous dialogue that provides measurement and transparent feedback in the flow of work for the same cost as traditional surveys.
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