Bespoke programs that enhance your awareness and understanding of your organisation and its culture.
- Looking at the story of an organisation
- How it balances the inevitable polarities
- What language has it created to understand itself
- How does it fulfil a purpose, and what is this purpose
A story and a history
Organisations are organic, they have a story, a history, which shapes them and situates them in the marketplace. Enhance your awareness of this story. Understand how it affects the way that your organisation nurtures and supports its people, while managing the freedoms that they may have and protecting them and its other assets. Wouldn’t you like to learn about your organisation’s story. Contact us now to start learning.
The balancing act
Organisations are complex systems, where decisions taken in one area, may influence other areas. Management is a complex business, procedures are there to be followed: yet progress needs them to be challenged and improved. Such tensions are inevitable and necessary. Develop your understanding of these competing requirements, and learn how to make decisions that maintain the balance and utilise the tensions. If you would like to develop your balancing skills. Contact us now to find out more.
In its own words
Organisations have their own language. Beyond the inevitable jargon, there is a rich language that the organisation and its people use to describe it and themselves. Understand what this language says about their view of the organisation. Appreciate what this language is saying to your customers and why it matters. Contact us to learn the language of your organisation.
Why is it here: where is it going?
Organisations can be mired in discussions about how to achieve something. Strategies are often packed with answers to questions that begin with ‘How are we to…’ Rarely do organisations address questions of why. One such question is why is the organisation here. Develop your understanding of your organisation’s purpose and how it is fulfilling it. Use this as the basis for asking which direction the organisation wishes to move in, and why. Only then, with this clearly understood, can questions around how it is to move there be addressed. If you would like to better understand the why and where to contact us now.