Many reasons exist why an organization may come to a point of needing to change its internal culture. Some of these include patterns of abuse, patterns of fraud, patterns of betrayal among leadership, or patterns of racism, sexism, or phobias which lead to oppressing certain persons.
If your organization is considering ways to change internal culture, here are some questions to help you focus and be effective in making important changes:
Keep in mind that the more specific you can be at the outset in making plans for cultural change, the more effective you can be. There are additional considerations to keep in mind, but these will help any organization begin to create an effective map forward.
You can sustain free education, like this blog post, by making a small monthly contribution here. Thank you for your generosity!
Rev. Dr. Kate Wiebe serves as the Executive Director of ICTG. She is an organizational health consultant and pastoral psychotherapist. She lives with her family in Santa Barbara, CA.
From 2012-2021, this blog space explored expanding understanding and best practices for leadership and whole-community care.
This website serves as a historical mark of work the Institute conducted prior to 2022. This website is no longer updated.