Company culture is vital in creating an environment which drives business performance and gives you a competitive edge.
At Liberty Mind, a company culture audit analyses eight core areas that are critical in developing a strong company culture, and provides you with a detailed report to show you which areas need improvement. Ultimately giving you a roadmap to begin making positive changes.
While many culture audits focus on employee opinion and feeling, the Liberty Mind audit goes beyond that, because there are many areas that create a organisations culture.
By only understanding employee’s emotions or feelings in the workplace, you can only get a topline view of what’s going on.
If you want to make real change, we need to dig deep and discover the bigger cracks that may be causing some of the cultural shifts going on in your organisation.
Your company culture should be completely unique to your business, which is also why we don’t simply base our culture audits on employee surveys.
At Liberty Mind, our company culture audits aim to help you align what the business wants to achieve, and what the current cultural landscape looks like.
This way we can help you to build the strategy you need to go from where you are, to where you want your culture to be.
The company culture of your organisation is essentially its character, which helps to influence the values and behaviours across every area of the business. From the way employees perform their roles, to how your customers see you.
In a nutshell, your company culture is how things get done within your business without people having to think about it.
When you focus on enhancing your company culture you will improve productivity, enhance employee well-being, and build the foundations of a future-proof organisation.
Company culture needs to be taken seriously and assessed and understood from every area and level within your organisation. If we simply just sent an employee survey we would have a very limited understanding of your organisation.
By coming into your organisation and truly getting involved, we can see and hear far more, which is ultimately what we need to do if we are going to understand your culture from the inside out.
It is a holistic approach that doesn’t just aim to look at employee engagement, but the overall operations of the business and how these impact the culture.