When people say:“We’ve got to change our culture” … what do they mean?
We believe that to improve the nature and culture of your organisation, you need to focus on how it works. As a system.
That means shifting attention away from the parts – how the people work – to the whole – how the people work together.
So, what’s different?
We don’t have a pre-existing model or template or framework.
We don’t do training and development.
We don’t do team-building.
We don’t analyse and diagnose.
We don’t write reports or make recommendations.
We don’t start with the top team.
Or design change programmes to ‘roll-out’ over people.
Or try to move them from a knowable ‘here’ to a predictable ‘there’.
We don’t do these things because we don’t believe that’s how people and organisations actually work.
Or how they change.
Like all living systems they change themselves … from the inside out and the bottom up.
Whatever the context – business, the professions, industry, education, government, politics, faith based communities, NGOs – and whatever the change, we believe everything needed for change to happen is already available or accessible to the system.
It’s a question of tapping into it.
And sustaining it.
If this lights a spark in your heart, let’s talk.