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Climate assessment

CLIMATE ASSESSMENT


Overview

Overview

  • Purpose

  • Planning

  • Strategies

  • Conducting

  • Data Gather Methods

  • Process


Purpose

Purpose

To provide the leadership a “picture” of a unit as it is perceived by members of the organization as it relates to race, gender, color, religion, national origin, and sexual harassment.


Definition

Definition

Climate Assessment is a viable element of the Army’s EO Program. It allows commanders and subordinate leaders to collect and analyze information about the command and measure the impact of other unit climate factors.


Key elements

Key Elements

  • Desired outcome

  • Scope and sequence of events

  • Resources and required time scheduled

  • Action planning & intervention strategies

  • Condition in which the assessment is conducted


Factors requiring assessment

Factors Requiring Assessment

  • Regulatory Requirement

  • Command Directed

  • Driven by Events

  • Staff Assistance Visit (OIP)

  • Monitoring Affirmative Actions


Principles

Principles

  • Be capable and competent

  • Act on problems

  • Don’t only focus on what is perceived as wrong

  • Treat perceptions as having real consequences

  • Treat all EO problems with the same degree of sensitivity and sincerity


Principles cont

Principles Cont.

  • Know the impact of what is said, seen, or done

  • Be accessible to everyone

  • Not all complaints can be substantiated

  • Be aware of the environment of the unit

  • Follow-up on allegations of discrimination

  • Seek assistance from the EOA


Planning

Planning

  • Perceptions about command

  • Current status of EO program

  • Leaders effectiveness in EO

  • Indicators of discrimination

  • Indicators of sexual harassment

  • Issues on EO training

  • Comparison of commander’s estimate to actual assessment


Strategies

Strategies

  • Model of Human Performance

  • Begin at the top

  • Focus on organization

  • Use more than one technique

  • Keep subordinate informed

  • Use “KISS’ principles


Conducting

Conducting

  • Administrative Procedures

  • Contracting Outside Agencies

  • Select gathering methods


Data gathering methods

Data Gathering Methods

  • Surveys

  • Interviews

  • Focus Groups

  • Reports


Surveys

Surveys

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages


Interviews

Interviews

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages


Focus groups

Focus Groups

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages


Reports

Reports

  • Advantages

  • Disadvantages


Processing

Processing

  • Meaningful data

  • Reduce to specific areas

  • Compare

  • Do not rely on one source


Summary

Summary

  • Purpose

  • Planning

  • Strategies

  • Conducting

  • Data Gather Methods

  • Process


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