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"culture is the strongest influence of success and results in an organisation"

As we know more and more about our neurobiology... emotional fitness and mental agility are at the forefront of our health, achievement and success in the workplace. 

Research shows that organisations who are investing in educating and developing their people's mental agility and emotional fitness, have dramatically lower rates of employee turnover, increased employee's satisfaction rates in their workplace and experiencing phenomenal results professionally and financially.

Now more than ever, culture is the strongest influence of success and results of an organisations.


Sadly, there are more organisations with ineffective culture compared to those with effective culture. Without using the correct metrics to measure the functionality and performance of existing culture, many organisations blindly believe their culture is NOT the issue of poor performance.


Number 1 rule in performance... if you are having performance issues, you have a culture issue. At the heart of culture is beliefs, and beliefs are a set of 'thoughts' that we inherit from the people that raise us and influence us, and drive our actions.

Culture MUST BE purpose built for the organisation AND develop their people to reach their full potential individually and  collaboratively in the work place. This demands that the culture understands its people at the unconscious and conscious level.

There are 4 crucial elements of effective culture that must be considered when designing organisational culture: 

  1. the environment drives default thinking and behaviour;

  2. the structures of the organisation form the stability;

  3. implementation strategies must deliver efficient results;

  4. develop people to achieve the organisational vision and principles;

EVERY time I have carried out an organisational audit to evaluate the performance issues which can be anything from poor retention, inconsistent results, low buy in, lack of communication, poor mindset and attitude, lack of motivation, increased stress and conflict, inability to carry out responsibilities, poor problem solving skills, no cohesion or little accountability etc...



Performance Audit

People are at the core of any organisation and are the determining factor of the results that are achieved particularly in the performance world. Collaborative achievement relies on individual performance which is driven by personal growth, thinking capacity and mental agility. I have designed an internal audit for leaders of performance teams who want to know where their culture is not producing results and accurately identity the source of performance issues.

A performance culture is people focused on growing people, and must drive these 4 elements across the organisation, top to bottom; 

  1. mental climate that drives conscious thinking;

  2. identify the key structures that form the stability;

  3. implement effective strategies that deliver efficient results;

  4. develop the right people who are motivated to elevate themselves and those around them;

Effective mental agility strategies will result in your people demonstrating confidence and instinctively using resourceful thinking when working independently or collaboratively, along with solution driven attitudes and exhibit behavioural flexibility, in various climates and challenging times.

​When an individual feels valued + significant at their workplace, research shows that it results in increased in performance, improvement in communication and environmental harmony, consistency in results or sales, and reduces employee turnover dramatically, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars. 

When a culture views their people as an asset and implements strategies to take care of their assets, it results in long term employment of the right talent and an empowered workplace where people feel connected and thrive.

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