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Organizational Health

Organizational Health is defined as an organization’s ability to function effectively, to cope adequately, to change appropriately, and to grow from within. 1

We must humble ourselves to the fact that Organizational Health is a journey, not a destination, and one must be relentlessly patient in following the process.
- Joe Kiedinger

Organizational Communication

Focuses on identifying or testing your organization’s true purpose; everything begins and ends with purpose. Once aligned, the team can clearly identify goals and initiatives to drive the organization forward.


Intrapersonal Communication

Emotional Intelligence is at the foundation of great leaders. When the leader is able to get humble and a little vulnerable, their influence increases. The leader sets the example. It’s a very powerful experience that enriches you both at work and at home and changes people’s lives.


Interpersonal Communication

Understanding where others are coming from is critical in communicating and working toward a common cause. The goal of interpersonal communication is to connect people by teaching healthy conflict resolution, teamwork and cooperation.


Purpose-Directed Communication

Great marketing begins with purpose. Therefore, we define marketing efforts as Purpose-Directed Communication. This is the meaningful expression of your company’s purpose within the marketplace. Your purpose will be the driving force behind every piece that is designed, every sentence that is constructed and every feeling that is shared.


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1. Organizational Health as defined by OHDDC (Organizational Health Diagnostic and Development Center).