Unintentional organizational cultures often result in lack of engagement, “can’t do” attitudes, and weak performance. Culture is what people in the organization believe is expected, attitudes about what is possible, and the norms for behavior. Leadership for intentional culture ensures success.
Understanding the culture of your organization regarding performance is the essential first step towards getting the competitive edge.
The Workplace Culture Assessment survey gathers parallel data from employees and staff in leadership positions. It seeks insights into a) employee culture and competencies that drive their performance, and about b) leadership practices that shape the organization’s culture and support employees’ essential skills that are critical to success.
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ACT ON DATA TO DRIVE PERFORMANCE
IEE will help you act upon your organization’s assessment results to shape a culture of optimal performance — the second essential step towards getting the competitive edge. We will help you unpack data insights, clarify your current and desired states, and communicate with your stakeholders.
We will work with you to design customized solutions based on our research-based framework. Our field-proven tools and strategies will allow your organization to tap into the full potential of your people and your mission.
We will focus on building competencies that drive performance, effectiveness, and efficiency. We will target mindsets that seek innovation, engagement, resilience, and accountability. Ultimately, we will help your leadership team build an intentional culture where the highest level of excellence achieved with integrity becomes the new norm.
Our strategic partnership with The Robert D. and Billie Ray Center at Drake University is at the core of our effort to advance and scale up our work in the workforce preparation, STEM readiness, and in workplace and organizational leadership environments.
Go to OUR IMPACT page to read more about our collaborative projects.