True North Learning Organisational Health Mini Survey

    This survey is a mini version of True North Learning’s 40 question Organisational Health survey. The intended purpose of this mini survey is to provide managers with an example of the full survey. Therefore, this abbreviated survey version should not be used as a diagnostic tool within an organisational development context. Please enjoy completing the mini survey. Please note: individual results are not made available to survey respondents.

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    Pillar 1: Operational Excellence

    Operational Excellence is defined as delivering tasks and projects to the required specifications and standards, on time and on budget
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    Pillar 2: Continually Illuminating and Aligning to Purpose

    Purpose is the "why" or the reason for an organisation's existence. It has to be about more than just the products or services or being profitable ie has to serve some aspect of the greater good
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    Pillar 3: A Clear, Explicit and Integrated Strategy

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    Pillar 4: Leadership that is aligned to their role and process-driven

    "Process-driven" means the ability to have an objective and "big picture" perspective on tasks and challenges, rather than being only task focused
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    Pillar 5: The 5 C's of Healthy Communication

    Key aspects of the organisation include its purpose, strategy, values and role clarity
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    Pillar 6: A Culture of Shared Accountability

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    Pillar 7: Thinking Systemically

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    Pillar 8: Personal Health, Vitality and Well-being

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