Globally teaching workforces are becoming more diverse. Hence, this brings a plethora of beliefs and values regarding the teaching and learning process to the classroom. In light of the paradigm shift to learner-centered instruction institutions are at risk of encountering “Cultural Incongruence” in the workplace due to differences in belief and value systems. The misalignment of mindsets within the workforce lead to a lack of commitment to school initiatives. This publication explores how the cultural and educational experiences of teachers dictate the implementation of teacher or learner-centered practices. In addition, the five elements of Pedagogical Identification Manifestation of teachers are introduced as a guide to measure organizational fit. Lastly, themes that define “Cultural Congruence” in the workplace are delineated.