Organizational culture is the manifestation of emotional and mental trust in one's working environment. Culture is identified through quantitative network analyses, and if negative - recuperated through team strengthening and capacity building activities. Valuable for both public and private sectors, such analyses can locate problematic individuals and feedback systems for further counseling.
Training and evaluation are precautionary due diligence efforts for an organization to ensure political consistency and sensitivity of its organizational culture to current sentiments, for example - gender mainstreaming, eco-friendliness, anti-corruption, and non-discrimination. Technical training can also prove valuable for new data protection/management practices.