Organisations

Supporting the Growth of a Resilient and Sustainable Culture in which People Thrive.

Creating a resilient and sustainable organisational culture in which the workforce is fully engaged and productive is a long term process. It begins with the personal transformation of the leaders and requires commitment, action and meaningful follow-through from everyone. Built on a base of mutual trust, shared values and respect for the contributions of everyone, healthy environments enable people to work together towards a common goal. Sustainability of the organisation is strengthened by having the right people – with strong interpersonal and social skills – in the right place at the right time.

We use a diverse array of psychometric tools and sound psychological models to support this process. Our interpretation of test results identifies individual strengths and development needs and informs recruitment and succession planning decisions. A fun, experiential learning simulation facilitates the development of a big picture understanding of the business and an appreciation of each each individual’s contribution to the viability of the organisation.   

Leadership Programme

Ongoing skills development: Build emotional and social awareness; Enhance productivity, decision making and problem solving; Deepen trust; Strengthen relationships; Develop a values based organisational culture; Transform stress into opportunities for growth; Communicate to connect; Mentor others; Improve financial acumen.

Support

A personal and confidential interaction with an objective third party, not tied to your organisation, provides a focus and perspective that other forms of organisational support cannot. These sessions help you gain self awareness,  clarify your values and consciously align what you think and feel with what you say and do, thus enhancing your relationships and effectiveness.

  • Psychotherapy
  • Counselling
  • Coaching
  • Bereavement and Loss

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