Collaboration

culture type: collaboration

Collaborative cultures value synergy and cooperation. Individuals are expected to listen to others' ideas and treat each other with respect. The open, sharing environment often results in prolonged decision-making - with individuals sometimes refraining from voicing dissent. Individual achievement is generally sacrificed in lieu of celebrating team success.

preferences

  • synergy, support and cooperation
  • considering others' ideas
  • working together to reach goals
  • open, transparent communication with decisions made by consensus

Working With Me

  • be cooperative and encouraging
  • invite me to work with you

Kellie’s top culture values

  • opportunities for professional growth

    Those who place high value on Opportunities for Professional Growth seek out programs, mentors, or projects that have the potential to enhance professional and personal development. Those who place low value on Opportunities for Professional Growth typically prefer to focus on specific work responsibilities, rather than on development opportunities.

  • high pay for good performance

    Those who place high value on High Pay for Good Performance tend to expect reward and compensation to be based on performance. Those who place low value on High Pay for Good Performance typically expect compensation to be consistent across responsibilities.

  • being supportive

    Those who place high value on Being Supportive tend to enjoy assisting others and helping them achieve success. Those who place low value on Being Supportive typically prefer to prioritize attending to personal responsibilities over assisting others.

  • finding compromise

    Those who place high value on Finding Compromise tend to prioritize finding a middle ground that everyone is comfortable with. Those who place low value on Finding Compromise typically push for the solution most likely to win, regardless of agreement.

  • being team oriented

    Those who place high value on Being Team Oriented tend to collaborate and rely on team effort to achieve goals. Those who place low value on Being Team Oriented typically prefer to work independently and prioritize individual goals over team goals.

  • being people oriented

    Those who place high value on Being People Oriented tend to enjoy interacting with others and consider people before pragmatics. Those who place low value on Being People Oriented typically prefer to work with data and systems over people.

  • seeking input from others

    Those who place high value on Seeking Input from Others tend to consistently ask others for suggestions and constructive criticism. Those who place low value on Seeking Input from Others typically prioritize personal experience over other input when making decisions.

  • offers praise for good performance

    Those who place high value on Offers Praise for Good Performance tend to take time to identify and praise good performance as it occurs. Those who place low value on Offers Praise for Good Performance typically refrain from pointing out good performance, because it is assumed.

  • having high performance expectations

    Those who place high value on Having High Performance Expectations tend to work hard to achieve goals and expect the same of others. Those who place low value on Having High Performance Expectations typically balance completing work with maintaining personal balance.

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