Organizational Effectiveness Project Readiness
Many leaders wait to improve their organization’s effectiveness until after a crisis occurs or business outcomes require immediate action. If leaders wait until that time, staff member well-being, retention, and performance has already suffered.
To determine your readiness for an Organizational Effectiveness (OE) project, read the questions below and answer whether they are true or not for you.
If a statement is true for you, choose yes in the drop-down box. If it is not true for you, choose no. If you want to change your answer, click on the x.
You responded yes to 0 question(s).
Because you responded yes to three or more of the questions, your leadership team has the ability to be proactive. This level of readiness is beneficial, because it increases the chance that an organizational change effort will be successful and maintained.
If you are an executive leader or member of a leadership team, see the need for a healthier workplace culture, and are ready to explore the benefits of engaging in an OE project, please get in touch!
Because you responded yes to one or two questions, your readiness for an organizational effectiveness project depends on how much work you and your leadership team is willing to put into the effort.
If you seek to improve organizational outcomes through the creation of a healthier workplace culture, please get in touch.
Because you didn’t respond yes to any of the questions, you or other leaders in your organization may want to pursue leadership development opportunities prior to engaging in an organizational effectiveness project.
If you are interested in developing as a leader through spiritual direction or leadership coaching, please get in touch!