Just like the Cheers theme song, “sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came.” Everyperson cultures are comfortable places where everyone belongs.
A true egalitarian environment, everyone is treated equally and they work together to ensure rules are enforced equitably. Everyperson cultures often revolve around committee or support groups where people of all levels bond together to collaborate.
But, if everyone is equal…who is in charge? Everperson cultures may breed turf wars or an over-reliance on team buy-in.
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It’s important to fit in and work well with those around you. Find out if your Everyperson builds community and collaboration. Take the CultureTalk for Individuals survey.
Are you facing a merger? Transitioning leadership or redesigning your team? Struggling to recruit, retain and engage top talent? Flexibly designed for large or small groups, CultureTalk for Organizations helps different generations and personalities find their place in the culture conversation.
Is your life at a crossroads? Are you working in alignment with your purpose? Do your relationships support your growth? CultureTalk for Individuals helps you identify strengths, shortcomings and strategies for moving your personal and professional life forward.
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