Shape Your Culture for Success.

Organizations fully aligned on purpose, strategy, and culture average a 44.5% change in revenue growth over three years.*

The more you align your culture with your purpose and strategy, the more you’ll gain business advantage. Working with Culture Partners, you’ll define the desired culture, tie it to long-term business goals, and scale sustained behavior change and accountability throughout your organization.

*Source: CP and Stanford Research on Adaptive Alignment

Align and Accelerate Results

This approach employs The Culture Equation®, a framework that helps your organization understand where and how culture fits into the bigger picture. In it, culture acts as the amplifier for purpose and strategy—powering your ability to achieve critical business results.

Manage and Measure Culture

Did you know your employees’ past experiences lead to your company’s current results? For better results, first address the experiences holding your teams back from producing their best work. With Culture Partners, you’ll determine how to change learned behaviors influenced by those experiences to trigger desired improvements in beliefs, actions, and results as you work your way up the Results Pyramid® model.

When you master what’s needed at the Experience level, you master ROI.

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A Few Cultures We've Shaped

Our Clients Say:

PETRONAS has experienced accelerated results in strategy execution and speed-to-market while making excellent progress in our transformation journey since partnering with the leaders in culture change management.
Wan Zulkiflee, Former President and Group CEO, PETRONAS
From the top all the way to a team member in a restaurant, [Culture Partners] enabled the idea that everyone could impact the four Key Results. If you can get 100,000 people to buy into the idea that everyone can impact those four Key Results, you have alignment and you can't point the finger because you own the most important results in the organization.
Doug Brooks, Former Chairman, Brinker International