Come See How Our Culture Assessment Works

March 11, 2021
March 11, 2021 Jamie Notter

I’m doing a quick webcast next week where I will show you what the results of our culture assessment look like and how you can slice and dice the data in our online portal.

For those of you who don’t know, Maddie and I teamed up with our friend Charlie Judy back in 2015 to create the WorkXO culture assessment, which is based on the research from our first two books, along with the decades of collective experience the three of us brought to the table (Charlie had a whole career in HR). We sold the assessment to QuestionPro back in 2018, and we still use it in our culture design projects and maintain a close relationship with QuestionPro as a consulting partner.

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The assessment is designed to give you a clear picture of what it’s REALLY like to work in your organization, as well as an understanding of where you stand along the continuum of traditional to futurist. It’s also great for spotting some hidden patterns inside your culture, which I’ll show you in the demo.

So sign up for this webcast to see:

  • the 8 different culture markers we measure,
  • what it looks like to break the data down by subgroups,
  • how to spot the culture patterns that get in the way of results,
  • and our driver analysis tool where you can see what areas of the culture truly drive employee engagement.
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Jamie Notter

Jamie is an author and growth strategist at PROPEL, where he helps leaders integrate culture, strategy, and execution to achieve breakthrough performance and impact. He brings twenty-five years of experience to his work designing culture-driven businesses, and has specialized along the way in areas like conflict resolution and generations. Jamie is also the co-author of three books—Humanize, When Millennials Take Over, and The Non-Obvious Guide to Employee Engagement—and holds a Master’s in conflict resolution from George Mason and a certificate in Organization Development from Georgetown, where he serves as adjunct faculty.
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