Let’s start with a number. According to Forbes, more than 90% of North American CEOS and CFOs believe that improving their culture would increase financial performance.
90%. A staggering figure. According to the same article, leaders don’t know which door to open to start working on the “toxic” areas in their workplace cultures.
In new research, we’ve identified the way to address the root of the toxic workplace problem — not just the surface-level tensions.
Leaders can open the door to real culture change by first identifying that Culture Strength is possible and achievable only if you connect, from the start and for the long haul, with the real experiences your people are having on a day-to-day basis. Open the door to Culture Strength:View the Report