Organisational Attitude and Culture Survey
What Gaps are preventing Optimal Performance in your Organisation?
Without systematically measuring the effectiveness of the organisation it is difﬁcult to know where efforts for improvement should be focussed. Without adopting a systematic approach, many organisations are focussing attention on the wrong issues whilst being unaware of the gaps that could be addressed to achieve signiﬁcant improvements. These gaps can silently threaten the organisation’s effectiveness, if not its survival.
The LMI Attitude and Culture Survey provides accurate information on the functional, attitudinal and cultural issues that reduce the effectiveness of the organisation. The survey is easily accessed via the internet. Employees will ﬁnd the on line survey user friendly and easy to complete in approximately 20 minutes. Conﬁdentiality ensures open and honest feedback on the employees’ opinions and views.
The results can be astounding. The Survey provides a summary of organisational issues that received either positive or negative feedback in employee responses, along with a commentary providing an interpretation of the ﬁndings. The Survey report provides graphical and narrative feedback on each category and the individual statements.
Your LMI representative will customise the report to your speciﬁc requirements (including categories such as division, location or site, term of employment, gender, age, position etc). Additional analysis can be provided, such as comparing how employees’ views of mentoring and coaching vary by division and length of service. This survey gives the organisation the opportunity to develop targeted strategies to improve effectiveness and periodically review the progress achieved by these strategies. Commentary on the survey ﬁndings includes recommendations on strategy options to consider.
Examine your business across 3 Key areas incorporating 16 categories as follows:
- Shared Values and Beliefs
- Identification with the Organisation
- In-Company Co-operation
- Nature of jobs and positions
- Nature of controls
- View of human nature
- Authority Orientation
- Team Orientation
- Motivational Style
- Nature of Supervision
- Communication Style
The results of the survey, along with the Interpretation and Feedback Session, provide the organisation's leadership with a sound basis for setting development goals and tracking their progress over time.
If you would like to know more or would like to discuss your needs, please contact LMI-UK today and we’ll send more details.