I have been using Forté for the past 6 years and it is now such a huge part of how I communicate in my working life. Those who use it, quickly see team trends, along with the communication health of an organization in great detail. You can act fast and strategize on the findings.

Develop a strong organizational culture first and foremost.

Your company’s culture can essentially be summed up as “the way things are done around here.

Assessing your culture to align with that all-important business strategy can be difficult— that’s why we are here to help. The Forté Communication System helps you to understand your people’s communication style, which in turn allows you to enhance your internal culture in a way that correlates with your goals and strategy.

Using our communication tool, an organizational report is generated that gives cultural descriptors and actionable insights demonstrating the diversity of communication styles in your organization.

Communication styles dominate the culture that employees are adapting to. This includes how to approach decision-making, how best to interact with others, the expected pace of communication, and the level of attention to detail in that communication. 

The communication gaps that exist between the cultural expectations and how people are most likely to come across at work. These gaps indicate points of potential miscommunication.

The degree to which employees are feeling responsive within the work environment.

How clear the goals are and how satisfied they are with their abilities to meet those goals. 

With this new insight into your cultural communication markers, your Forté Communication Coach will recommend how to consciously create a positive culture for your employees.

“Research shows that 86% of business leaders rate “culture” as one of the more urgent talent issues, yet only 14% understand what the “right culture” really is. The problem is not one of “talking about culture”… it is time to carefully define your culture, measure it, and find where and how it may be misaligned.”  

Bersin by Deloitte, 2017