Workplace climate assessments provide a clear and concise picture of the climate and challenges within your organization. Following an assessment, CTRI’s facilitators work with your organization to assist in resolving significant challenges.

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Meet some of our Workplace Climate Consultants

Jennifer is a Registered Psychologist who holds a Master of Science degree in Psychology and a Doctorate in Industrial-Organizational Psychology. She believes that fostering a healthy workplace climate provides the context… Read more…

Mike believes the quickest way to improve the emotional climate of a workplace is for leadership to honestly pursue feedback from workers, and find ways to act on that feedback. He is passionate about creating workplaces… Read more…

Eric believes workplace climate assessments succeed in providing vital information to an organization when the facilitator actively engages leaders in designing the process, and when the facilitator listens with curiosity…. Read more…

What is a Workplace Assessment?

Workplace assessments evaluate strengths and tension points within teams, and provide recommendations for building on the team’s strengths and resolving significant issues. Our assessments provide a clear and concise picture of the climate and challenges within your organization. The results of a workplace assessment position you to implement proactive measures to maintain or grow a positive and healthy workplace for all employees.

An assessment focuses on staff experiences related to the functioning of their team. It also explores how organizational policies, culture, and management may affect the functioning of a group and the resolution of tension or conflict. Workplace assessments typically have five phases:

Phase 1 – Planning Meeting
A CTRI facilitator will meet with you to explore your goals and interests. Together you will work through what the scope and parameters of the assessment will be and what your desired outcomes are. Details related to timelines, communication, staff participation, and data collection methods will be established.

Phase 2 – Collection of Information
Surveys and interviews will be used to collect information from members of the organization. All attempts will be made to gather a sampling that reflects the true diversity of the organization. Concerns around issues of validity will be carefully monitored. During this phase, any existing policies related to identified points of tension will be collected and reviewed.

Phase 3 – Analysis of Data
ACHIEVE will examine the data collected and identify patterns of organizational strength, and issues and concerns that need attention. Through this process, a clear picture of the workplace dynamics will emerge.

Phase 4 – Report and Recommendations
A concise and user-friendly report will be developed that reviews the assessment process and the findings of the analysis. The report will contain recommendations for the purpose of strengthening the organization’s commitment and capacity to deal with any identified issues. Recommendations typically include items such as policy review, individual and/or leadership coaching, training, and group facilitation.

Phase 5 – Follow up work
Facilitators will be available for any follow-up work requested by the client.