As a culture change program progresses, a range of different behavior patterns begin to emerge. Many of these, however, are not visible on the surface. Players can be mapped using two key dimensions. By committed the author is referring to the commitment of an individual to the success of the organization. The term critical refers to an individual's willingness to ask searching questions. Using these dimensions, the author's research has uncovered six key groups. The good news is that you can influence how they change through strong and focused leadership strategies. Your skill in doing so is the key to any change program's success. Evangelists are common in many organizations. Equally uncritical, but much less committed than the Evangelists, the Actors group might not be easily distinguished from them at first glance. The Untouched Professionals can see the merit of cultural change but as professionals they do not think that it applies to them.