The element of trust is the basis of a healthy organization’s culture. When leaders and those being led engage in honest dialog and act in a way that demonstrates integrity, relationships are solidified and business objectives are realized. This leads to a higher value of the customer.
In your organization, is there trust between leadership and employees? Does that trust span across the organization from one team member to another? And do customers trust that you’ll deliver on your promises? Do you know how your personality style is influencing trust? If there is any doubt in these questions, contact us today. To have trust is invaluable to the success of an organization.
Where does each of your leaders and team members view your culture on each of these dimensions, are they in alignment? Where does your organization need to be to most effective? These dimensions make up the personality style of your culture, and if they are seen as inconsistent it can break down the trust within your culture. Contact us today to find out how your can start building a Purposeful Culture of Trust within your organization. You can also view the Purposeful Culture of Trust Product Sheet here.
This image demonstrates the balance the model can create to meet the needs of every personality style:
This image maps the 8 styles of a purposeful culture of trust to demonstrate the balanced nature of the model: