How might your organisation emerge from the recent upheaval even stronger than before?
How will you need to be working to realise this?
If you're now moving many more people to remote working, how well aligned is your culture to your strategy?
We work with clients to create a tailored route map for them to bring their desired culture to life, frequently by building your people's capability to do what we do, either remotely or face-to-face.
We don't fly in and 'do change to' clients: we partner with you to create internal ownership and engagement, resulting in excellent business results.
Right now, most virtual meetings are task focussed: what do we need to achieve, how are we going to do it, by when etc.
But right now, there are also some big, important topics to explore which don't lend themselves to a task based approach. The risks of sociopolitical polarisation, racial tensions, Black Lives Matter, climate change, or future pandemics for example.
Or how people are feeling right now, and how their psychological needs can be met when no longer working in the office.
Very few virtual meetings focus on profound, and potentially generative dialogue. Actually very few face-to-face meetings truly achieve generative dialogue.
We're experts in the field, and can help you create the conditions needed for these types of dialogue to emerge, typically resulting in deep alignment, commitment and focussed action.
Collaborating virtually can be a challenge, but with some support with tools, methods and approaches that can help, we can quickly develop your people's skill set so they can go on and teach others.
Many leaders have found themselves suddenly leading remote teams without any previous experience in doing so. For them to maintain high performance and strong employee engagement, it's crucial they adapt their approach in order to minimise frustrations, maintain connection and aid smooth delivery. Typically, developing their facilitative skills makes a very positive difference, resulting in their teams being able to engage with the current uncertainty and cope with paradox.
Get in touch to draw on our rich experience in facilitating remote teams.
We have 20 years’ experience in facilitating groups from front-line staff to executive teams in a wide range of settings, from small group to large conferences. Our team includes Certified Professional Facilitators, certified by the International Association of Facilitators, who also have a strong background in brain friendly learning.
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