The most powerful organizations adapt and self correct in order to thrive”
It’s about being the best for the world
Let’s face it: there is a deep need for renewed leadership, better collaboration and a new way of organizing work. It’s not about being the best in the world anymore, it’s about being the best for the world! A need for meaningful work, deeply felt motivation, pleasant adaptability, laser sharp focus and infectious vitality. How do you ensure that the people in your organization keep thriving? That they embrace fear and uncertainty, to operate outside their own comfort zone. That everyone takes ownership for excellent execution, continuous development and innovation? Precisely because they want to and because they feel autonomous enough to actually do what’s necessary.
Becoming a thriving organization
We have developed a people-driven transformation approach to enable people and organizations to thrive in a sustainable way. The levers in the approach are not so new. We emphasize the reversed order of the levers during activation. This has an unstoppable positive influence on the energy, autonomous motivation and intrinsic ownership of all people. And thus, on the effectiveness and agility of your entire organization. The image below shows the five steps you want to follow clockwise to become a thriving organization.
We advise and facilitate (top) leadership teams to activate their organization and strengthen their leadership. We help top teams cultivate a strength-based way of working and the capability to oversee, lead and energize organizational development. We facilitate growth incubators and coach and train the change leaders to design, lead and energize the transformation.
An organization transforms as quickly as leadership develops. Leaders set the tone, impacting the employee mindset. And mindset impacts behavior, driving engagement and performance. It requires leaders that lead from within, beyond the expectations of others, listening to their inner drivers. Being clear on what needs to happen in line with our purpose, culture and long-term strategy by involving everybody. Cultivate a learning culture by showing vulnerability and changing the way we systemize success. Examples: increase our leadership impact and empowerment, become more appreciative and engaging in tough conversations.