We work in a variety of ways to help you address the work culture within your teams.
We take the approach of showing you how to do it yourself for better implementation of change and longer lasting results.
Project & Program Management,
Employee Experience programs,
Recruitment planning, and
Internal Communications & Engagement programs
all tailored to your company values and overall strategies.
Start with our Work Culture Design Analysis, we’ll look over your current employee experience and work culture to make sure your company is prepared for sustainable growth.
Diversity & Inclusion
"Diversity is being invited to the party; inclusion is being asked to dance," Verna Myers
Programs & Workshops
Studies show that diversity improves profits but how do you tap in that magic formula? Easy. You do it together.
Once you are aware that you want to do more about diversity and inclusion, the next step is to determine 'how'. Gather everyone involved to understand your differences and how you can use those differences to the benefit of the organization.
We offer workshops to uncover unconscious biases that affect decision making, feedback, hiring, promotions, etc.
As well as programs to support the cultural shift of inclusion, how can you help your employees adjust their way of thinking in order to work well together in a culturally diverse environment.
Feedback Between Cultures
When you work in an international environment there are bound to be times where the wrong thing can be said that offends someone due to cultural differences. Being able to communicate and understand cultural differences is vital within multi-cultural environments. These difficulties often affect being able to provide and receive feedback.
This program helps reduce misunderstandings and gives managers and employees the tools to giving and receiving feedback. It opens up conversation and provide more transparency. Results include a better understanding of what motivates or demotivates an individual and ways to communicate that improve performance.
Community @ Work
Community means caring about our work, our colleagues, and our place in the world, geographic and otherwise, and in turn inspiring each other. A healthy sense of community at work can lead to many positive outcomes, such as increased work performance, reduced employee turnover, and the ability to accept change easier (because we’re all in this together). Community and work culture go hand in hand. A strong sense of community ties directly to the purpose or values of the organization.
Through a series of workshops, your team, a combination of managers and employees will design the values that make up your community. They will use the tools currently within the company or determine which tools are needed to support the community.