Culture Mirror™ Survey & Process

A brief survey and report designed for organisations striving to understand and improve “the way we work” and organisational adaptability, inclusion, and effectiveness in the new world of work.

The Culture Mirror survey enables you to monitor, rejuvenate, and sustain your organisation’s development journey.  With actionable insights, your leaders and change teams can revisit, reflect on, and address your organisation’s culture and adaptability.

This concise survey solution captures the extent to which the current interpersonal climate of your organisation mirrors its culture. The Culture Mirror can be used independently or after the administration of the Organisational Culture Inventory® (OCI®) to reveal patterns of behaviours (positive or negative) that may have evolved during challenging times.  Results from the Mirror can also be compared to your Ideal OCI profile or to our Historical Ideal profile to check on your organisation’s movement toward a high-performance culture.

Positive trends identified by such comparisons can be reinforced and built upon; negative trends can be addressed and reversed to enhance adaptability, inclusion, and effectiveness.

The Importance of Measuring, Reflecting, and Refining Plans in the New World of Work

This may be one of the most important and appropriate times ever to measure and reflect on the way members of your organisation approach their work and interact with one another. Further, the array of changes and challenges currently facing organisations makes it critical for your leaders and managers to understand the way they’re working and consider how they might do things better.

A recent edition of The New Workplace in the Wall Street Journal (5-8-22), entitled “The Biggest Challenges for a Hybrid Workplace,” began by explaining that navigating this transition encompasses “pretty much every aspect of management.” Challenges delineated by this and/or other writings include, for example: recognizing the differences across people, the requirements of their roles, and their needs; compensating for the decrease in informal on-site conversations that promote learning and coordination; on-boarding new employees in a virtual or hybrid environment; identifying problems that truly require face-to-face discussion; communicating and maintaining performance standards; rewarding and motivating people; and reinforcing and maintaining norms and expectations.

Quantifying challenges around cultural norms and expectations is particularly important. Doing so is critical for dealing effectively with not only other challenges around hybrid but also navigating from one phase of the pandemic and its aftermath to the next. The way your people work determines the effectiveness of their problem solving and, in turn, the ability of your organisation to adapt to continuing disruptions in technology, turbulence on the international front, supply chain issues, and changes in the economy and consumer preferences.

Benefits of the Culture Mirror

  • Collect data and receive meaningful survey results in two weeks or less
  • Leverage a feedback report with actionable culture results, statistical norms, and benchmarks—plus data on teamwork, inter-unit coordination, and adaptation
  • Renew change initiatives to develop Constructive culture styles—which research demonstrates are related to teamwork, employee engagement, retention, and adaptability and organisational performance
  • Capture and proliferate Constructive changes that have emerged organically
  • Revisit and update your strategy to effect and embed Constructive change



Culture Mirror Survey, Report, and Debrief
Number of Survey Participants <250 251-1000 >1001
Price for Survey and Report $12 per survey + $1000 for report $10 per survey +
$1000 for report
$8 per survey +
$1000 for report
Price for One-Hour Virtual Debrief (Required if not accredited in the Organisational Culture Inventory®) Available upon request

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