What People Say About Working With Performance pH

Performance pH’s organizational assessment has provided us with invaluable information about our culture, engagement and performance. Their assessment includes benchmark data as well as actionable recommendations that have been foundational in our efforts to achieve the highest levels of performance.

Performance pH has become a vital partner on our team. Their strategic and innovative approach makes a clear connection between well-being and performance. Also, we love PpH because they are unique and interesting people who are really fun to work with!

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About The Survey

The Performance Climate Survey is a diagnostic tool that provides valuable insights into your organization's performance culture. The survey includes 10 questions, rated on a 5-point scale, in 10 different areas of organizational performance that revolve around five key characteristics of optimized organizations:


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John Watson 
President & CEO at ARS National Services Inc.

Performance pH’s strategic planning process enabled us to take a systematic approach to planning that allowed us to define and achieve consensus on our critical areas of focus. Perhaps more importantly, Performance pH helped us develop an accountability structure for our strategic plan that includes clear objectives, owners and metrics.

Keith Jones
Managing Principal & Partner at Ace Parking

Ashley Kletke
Sr. Manager, Wellbeing at Stryker

  • High Performance: Trust, communication, empowerment and high performance of individuals and the organization
  • Purposeful Culture: Connection of selection, well-being and work environment
  • Empowered Workforce: Empowerment through delegation and trust
  • Strategically Guided: Leadership, strategy, budget and accountability metrics in place
  • Functional Existence: Measurement of strategic planning and direction
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