Climate Survey

Research indicates that a highly engaged workforce increases organisational effectiveness, customer satisfaction and  commercial returns. Our Climate Survey, developed by Professor Adrian Furnham, enables organisations to measure a team's perception of their working climate.  

There are many factors that affect the working climate from direct relationships with leaders, colleagues to the organisation's "system". The Climate Survey aims to be able to interpret a teams perception of their working environment and how they fit into it. This helps the team understand where their strengths and weaknesses are, enabling them to be able to self evaluate and improve.


  • Team development

Key Features & Benefits

  • Measure the impact of organisational, people systems and leadership impacts on the working climate.
  • Scaleable from individual team to organisation application.
  • Organisational norm created and used to identify best and worst practice.
  • Customisable to include client-specific questions.
  • Generates insight and recommendations about the organisational system affecting engagement.
  • Flexible and immediate application both tactically and strategically.
  • Understanding the internal working climate enables organisations to adapt and increase effectiveness.   
  • Generates validated report output plus optional survey of attitudes toward current initiatives. 

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 Hogan Team

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The Hogan Team Report draws on personality assessment to help teams identify and understand three internal dynamics:

Team 1

Team strengths and weaknesses
In order to maximise strengths, high performing teams should have a balance of people across five key psychological roles.

Team 2

Potential team fracture lines
In order to maintain harmony, teams have to recognise and mitigate the negative personality characteristics that can derail success.

Team 3

Team culture and shared values
Shared values and drivers are key in working toward a common goal, and are critical to the ongoing success of any team.