Health Survey




Make the Invisible Visible



GREATEST people pain points

A Healthy Organization has:

Today's most resilient and successful organizations recognize the importance of organizational health. They know trust, culture, and clarity aren't woo woo; they are real priorities that influence everything else in your business.

This assessment gathers and interprets data to provide tangible, practical, and actionable solutions.

What This Survey is About

This assessment will allow you to evaluate your own senior leadership team across the four disciples of organizational health. Be as honest as possible. Upon completion, you will receive results to help you celebrate your strengths and identify areas that require focused attention in order to improve your organizational effectiveness.   

There are 17 questions and the survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.  

*Survey is based on the work of Patrick Lencioni & The Table Group.

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1. Leadership team members are clear and aligned around the values or behavioral attributes that make their organization unique, and which are required of all employees and new hires.*
2. Leadership team members spend so much time communicating with employees about the direction and progress of the organization that they would be genuinely surprised if an employee was unaware of company initiatives and priorities.*
3. Leadership team meetings are compelling and focused only on topics that are important to the organization.*
4. Leadership team members know what is happening in departments other than their own and ask questions and call out problems outside their own areas.*
5. Leadership team members have a clear and common understanding of the organization's single most important near-term priority.*
6. Leadership team members demonstrate support for one another, stick to agreements made during meetings and present a unified message to employees.*
7. Employees receive rewards and recognition that are clearly tied to specific behaviors and accomplishments.*
8. Leadership team members have an accurate understanding of one another's roles and the interdependencies between them.*
9. Leadership team members admit their mistakes and weaknesses to one another and ask for help when they need it.*
10. Employees, one level below the leadership team, would say that they receive timely and regular reports about decisions that are made during leadership team meetings.*
11. Leadership team members are clear and aligned around the organization's strategy and key competitive differentiators.*
12. Employees would say that they receive consistent, repetitive and redundant communication from leaders about the overall direction and progress of the organization.*
13. Leadership team members put the interests of the organization first, willingly making sacrifices when it is in the best interest of the overall good, even when there is a cost to them individually or to their department.*
14. Employees throughout the organization would be able to consistently and clearly describe the organization's values, strategies and goals.*
15. Leaders and managers set goals and review progress with their employees in an effective, consistent and non-bureaucratic way.*
16. Leadership team meetings are interesting, with team members passionately and openly debating important issues.*
17. When hiring, leaders consistently apply some process for evaluating candidates according to cultural fit, in addition to competencies.*