What does a successful organisation look like? Below we have three key areas that help your business achieve success, no matter how large or small your organisation is:
- Leaders have a clear strategy and mechanisms for managing performance
- Teams are motivated to work together
- Processes are well understood, and regularly improved
If any of these three areas are not working well, it can have a knock-on effect towards others. That’s where we can step in and help.
We work with a wide range of organisations in Nottingham and across the East Midlands that need some external support to help them get back on track. The types of organisations we work with are:
- Private Sector: Ambitious companies that are growing
- Public Sector: Local Authorities, Health and Education
- Social Enterprises that are supporting vulnerable people
We have years of experience in change management and business improvement. This allows us to work with you to review current processes and skills and advise on how you can take these steps to achieve success.
We combine innovative techniques and behavioural science to create the approach that will suit your organisation, people, and culture. We can assure you that working with us will not only maximise performance and achieve success, you will have fun along the way.
So How Can We Make A Difference?
- We work with leaders to offer support, improve skills and to help them engage more effectively with their teams
- By supporting teams to build technical skills and work effectively together, we can improve business processes
- We help organisations succeed by putting structures and measures in place to achieve their goals
Most importantly, we take pride in ensuring that all the skills and techniques we use are transferred to teams within your organisation so they can sustain and embed the change long term.
Using these approaches we can help you solve long-term problems in a short space of time. For example we:
- Improved caseworker productivity by 80%
- Halved the length of recruitment exercises using half the resources
- Facilitated a strategic communication plan following 6 months’ inertia
- Scoped 600 project tasks in a 2 hour workshop
- Strengthened team improvement skills from 2% to 70%
We work with organisations based in the East Midlands including Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Lincolnshire.
If you are interested in finding out more about how we can work with you, then please contact us directly on 07824 660 120 or email email@example.com
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