When it comes to properly implementing your strategy, driving cultural transformation or re-energising your business we have a simple philosophy: involve all your employees.
Our transformation program has been specifically designed to do just that. It gives people from all corners of your company the opportunity to participate in driving change; not just the management team or top 100 employees.
After all, if you were managing a sports team you wouldn’t just share new tactics with one or two players and hope they would pass them on to the others. You would make sure everyone was involved, and that they knew and understood exactly what was expected of them.
The same applies to your business. Transformation works best when people actually experience it themselves, rather than hearing about it from someone else. By enabling everyone to participate directly you get clarity, energy, commitment and engagement. And your people will welcome the opportunity to contribute. They want their potential recognised. They’ll thrive because they can unleash the power of team genius. They won’t disappoint you.
Of course, doing this at the company with hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of employees at various locations throughout the world can be challenging. That’s where we come in. For many years we’ve been mobilising people in (multinational) organisations by applying our unique transformation methodology to inspire and motivate – while getting measurable, lasting results.
Curious about the cost and time required to achieve this? Actually, the investment – financially and timewise – is relatively small, with disruption to your business kept to an absolute minimum. The returns, on the other hand, are immense. It’s no exaggeration to say that reaching out to all your people can completely change the way your company pursues its goals.
In the end, the question therefore isn’t; why would you involve your entire organisation in transforming your business? It’s; why wouldn’t you? Doing so makes perfect sense on many different levels.