Group culture has a large impact on the behaviour, attitudes and satisfaction of each group member. We know that individuals have unique styles but groups also tend to develop their own styles and cultures.
'This culture is an informal combination of behaviours, values and attitudes that most people in the group take for granted.'
Group culture has implications for the group as a whole. It affects such things as the pace at which work gets done, how outsiders are treated, the attention paid to details and the risks a group takes. These influence the success of the group in meeting its goals. People who fit into the culture often feel right at home but for some, the culture can make them feel like strangers in a strange land.
Where does group culture come from?
The style of the group leaders
The most pronounced styles within each group
The type of work the group does
The historical culture of the group
The cohesion or tension within the group
The goals and mission of the group
Sample Group Culture Report
The Everything DiSC® Group Culture Report maps your groups' DiSC® styles and allows you to see the things your group values the most. The challenges and benefits of each DiSC style within your group are discussed.