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a Key Relationship
if it is Heading for Success or Possible Failure
Why a Relationship or Project has Succeeded or Failed
Are you building a culture that supports high quality relationships worldwide?
Do you have the willingness and ability to work together, share knowledge and collaborate with
geographically dispersed groups, often on complex tasks, inside and outside the enterprise?
Is there an atmosphere of mutual confidence and trust despite differences?
See How Your Group or Organization Compares with Over 15,000 Deep Dialog Audit Participants from Over 150 Companies Worldwide
The following is an abbreviated Deep Dialog
Audit using 5 of the 12 processes. After submitting your answers, you will be shown a sample online report compiled in the Deep Dialog Online Report Center based on your scores.
The online report will compare your scores with those of executives in the Deep Dialog
Normative Database from 150 companies worldwide, provide an analysis or your scores and a set of recommendations for improving the rated relationship.
You may run the Deep Dialog demo audit a number of times to see how Deep Dialog works to define and analyze both your excellent, or successful, relationships and your poor, or failing, relationships.
To begin, select a key relationship or project team experience to rate.
Choose an important relationship, project or current challenge that your team, group or entire organization is working on, or has addressed in the past. For example:
Employee relationship between functional groups
A Project Team relationship (internal to the team or with another group)
Relationship between levels in the organization; i.e., leadership - management-employee levels or groups
HQ and Affiliates relationship
Alliance Partner relationship
Channel/Distribution Partner Network Relationship
Pre-merger readiness or Post-merger integration of groups or organizations
Multi-national or Virtual Team building