Improving culture through a
values approach

Just what does culture mean?  Is it just another buzz word?

Culture in its simplest sense is typified by patterns of behaviour. In other words ‘it’s the way we do things around here’. Each one of us is responsible for the way we behave and the affect that has on those around us. Culture is the effect I have on the people and place around me.

In working with our clients we create an environment that gives people the chance to consider just what that behaviour is and how each person can shape this both positively and negatively.

Regardless of the external pressures we know that the way in which people cope or react can and does affect the workplace and the moods of everyone. It’s not ‘what we say’ but ‘the way that we say it’ that influences the culture.

Once we begin to recognise the individual part that we all play in creating our culture at work the more readily we can decide how we want it to be.

The choice is yours and together we can change cultures.

SneddonClark use an internationally recognised organisational psychometric tool, CTT™ which measures the previously immeasurable, behaviour.

People are at their best when they can bring themselves to work; be who they are and align what’s important to them with what’s important to the organisation.

At SneddonClark we can help you recognise, identify and then work towards that. It’s a powerful message with powerful results.

We have helped people achieve culture change in organisations of all sizes spread across the public, private and community sectors.

Are you ready for the challenge of sustained change and not just a quick fix?

Then call us or click here for more information.