Organisations sometimes struggle to articulate their culture and describe it in helpful ways. ‘Culture’ and ‘change’ are words that are used frequently and can mean many things. Little wonder then that ‘cultural change’ is an idea that is often poorly defined. Defining the ‘current state’ and the ‘ideal state’ as well as identifying individual responses to engaging with a new culture can help support organisations during change.
Facet5 Backdrop surveys culture: both ‘now’ and ‘ideal’ and then identifies 4 key responses to change: Change Agent, Transformer, Non-Aligned and Anchor. The combined outputs show who might best lead change, who might best see the problems associated with it and who may struggle during times of cultural transition. Action planning can then be undertaken to ensure optimum success during the change process.
BackDrop is a way for leaders to identify both ‘the culture we have’ and the 'culture we would like to have' in a short survey. Each individual’s style relative to ‘present state’ and ‘desired state’ are shown simply and graphically. Click for further information.
TeamScape combines 2 or more individual profiles in a series of modules designed to show how members of the team are likely to lead in times of change, attend to the relationships, manage discord and respond to stress and pressure. Click for further information.
Facet5 Personal Profile shows an individual’s natural behaviour style, its strengths and areas of ‘stretch’ in a plain language report. It provides rich information on the likely behaviours to change, stress and pressure. Click for further information.
Facet5 defines both the 'current' and 'ideal' states of organisation culture, supporting action planning during the change process.
Facet5 identifies who will lead change, who might see the problems and who may struggle with cultural transition.
Facet5 identifies individual behaviour style, by providing rich information on likely response to change, stress and pressure.