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Executives and line managers either succeed or fail because they navigate an organization’s culture effectively, or they don’t.  First impressions and decisions are critical -- just ask the many CEOs, Executives or Line Managers that joined a company only to screw it up in the first year.  To help leaders hit the ground running in the most productive way, we have developed a quick way to assess a culture and then explain it in concrete terms.  We identify  how an organization’s key employees currently get results, so new leaders don’t unintentionally change what’s actually working well.  Then, we uncover how things really work in the organization – decision making, accountability, relationships, formal and informal channels, and other factors.  With these insights, new leaders become the captains of their ships instead of a fish out of water.    

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