Teams – Groups
Do you want your team to get along better together, get on with the job and get on with helping your organisation succeed?
Our online and on-site culture change management and leadership tools help teams develop and thrive through times of change.
Wendy Talbot PhD, CATE, MCouns., BCouns., MNZAC
What is workplace culture?
Broadly speaking, workplace culture is “the way we do things around here”. It is created through the collective efforts of people in the organisation. People from diverse cultural, historical, political, social, educational backgrounds shape the organisation and the organisation shapes them.
Why is it important?
Some cultures emerge organically and operate without much awareness or attention being paid to them. Others are carefully and deliberately created and maintained. Some work well and others not so well.
A thriving workplace culture usually involves people working well together and contributing productively to organisational success. See the links to Blogs below for a more extensive list of factors that affect organisational cultures.
Why invest in workplace culture?
Investing in your organisational culture can have important benefits for stakeholder engagement, morale, attendance, productivity, profitability, health and wellbeing. We work with people across all levels and positions to contribute safely and fully.
You can expect
- Professional, ethical practice
- A qualified experienced consultant informed by sound theoretical ideas
- To address what is most relevant and important to your professional context
- Adventurous conversations
Want to know more?
Check out our Blogs if you would like to consider the shape of your organisational culture and the influences that shape it.
Click here to access Blog entry Indicators of Troubled and Thriving Organisational Culture
Click here to access Blog entry Features Of Neoliberal And Relational Organisational Approaches