Social Identity Group Culture

The diversification of society has made differences by gender, generation, ethnicity, religious affiliation and other social groups increasingly relevant.

Social identity groups are neither fixed nor firm. They and their relevance changed based on the context and situations in which people interact.

Cultural competence at this level of culture enables organizations to bridge cultural gaps linked to gender, generation, ethnicity, religious affiliation, and other social groups. Certified COA Practitioners can use the tools and frameworks of the COA to assist clients with effective talent management and Diversity & Inclusion initiatives.

Click below to access an in-depth discussion, podcasts, and examples of addressing this level of culture at work.