Map your culture gap
Put a tight fit on culture and use it to leverage strategic goals
Many companies find it hard to define the concept of culture. They find it even harder to understand how it interacts with “hard-core” concepts such as strategy and business goals.
Values and leadership principles
Values are key to implementing the strategy. But to define a value platform with an extra twist – and prepare the ground for successful implementation – you must ensure broad involvement of staff in the process.
Workshops, meetings and seminars drive momentum in a change project. Even more so, if they are facilitated skilfully.
The primary purpose of dialogue mapping is to help employees contribute their ideas. But it also acts as a catalyst for further discussions and positive development within and across organisational units.
To stay competitive, change must be part of the way you think and act.
The success of your strategy depends on how well you communicate it to your staff.
We believe that people support what they create. Promoting engagement, understanding and commitment will not only ensure the well-being of your staff, it will guarantee your change project’s success.
Aim for motivation - the key factor of all great results!
Leaders who want to become better at evoking motivation and engagement have to work with their way of thinking and focus on seeing the intrinsic motivation within all employees.