Organizational Values Assessment
Discover how stakeholders perceive the core values of your organization.
See Your Organization Clearly
Expand your organizational self-awareness by monitoring the organizational values.
Monitor the Organizational Values Yourself
Use Youlinked yourself to monitor and gain insights into the organizational values.
Start the Organizational Values Assessment
Decide to ask for feedback from employees, leaders, customers, partners, suppliers, board members, and shareholders about organizational values.
Step 1. Add an Organizational Values Assessment Project
Select the project type as Organization, add the organization’s name and logo. You can also add other administrators to the project, those who will be able to view surveys results or share the management rights.
Add organizational values to be surveyed, such as strategic values, core values or values based on theoretical models.
Add people who will participate in the surveys, such as customers, employees, partners and suppliers.
Step 2. Send Organizational Values Surveys
For each survey, select the values to be evaluated and the people to be invited.
Schedule surveys to be automatically launched on the scheduled dates.
Follow the evolution of people's evaluations and comments.
Step 3. Broaden the Organizational Self-awareness
Understand what the stakeholders value most in the organization.
Understand the organization’s strengths and weaknesses based on values.
Get suggestions for the organization improvement.
Know the Organizational Values
Uncover the organizational values by understanding what the stakeholders appreciate most about the organization.
Continue Expanding the Organizational Self-Awareness
Gain new insights into the organizational values through new assessments and analysis of organizational values.
Build a Great Organization
Find the way to organizational success by monitoring core and strategic values.