We do this by identifying what your high performers do – the behaviours, attitudes & beliefs that drive success.
We analyse how your best people get great results, and then describe it in a clear, simple, jargon-free way that everyone can relate to and be inspired by.
Next, we show your managers practical ways to recruit more great performers into the organisation and develop the right behaviours & attitudes in their existing teams. So the great stuff that your best people do is built into the culture.
When there’s a major change in the organisation, it’s important that everyone understands what is happening, how it will affect them and what they might need to do differently.
Too often the strategy is unclear or resides only in the heads of the top team. Lack of information is a breeding ground for discontent or anxiety. People can’t give their best if they’re stressed or uncertain what change means for them.
We run highly participative events where everyone can air their concerns as well as stimulate new ideas, enthusiasm and momentum for the way forward. This helps people throughout the organisation navigate the change. They walk away with a clear idea of what they’ll do next – and why. They also build a sense of openness and togetherness that’s essential for high morale.
Next time your organisation goes through any major change – ask yourself, are you just telling people about it, or giving people a chance to be fully involved and engaged in what’s happening?
Our approach helps organisations build a successful culture by designing their people processes around the specific strengths and future needs of the business. We can design each step of the talent journey:
Recruiting & On-boarding
• Recruitment & selection processes
• Assessment centres
• Interviewing skills workshops
• Induction design
Managing & Developing
• Behaviour frameworks
• Performance review processes
• Skills audits
• 360 feedback surveys
• Development centres
Engaging & Retaining
• Employee surveys
• Bespoke questionnaire design
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