A small percentage of organisational change interventions have a proud record of desired success. We enable change projects to progress and achieve their strategic effect by recognizing that change only happens through action, small achievable steps and collective attention and support.
Our organisational change partners are:
The Change Maverick
Jeremy developed MyCube4Change (MC4C) as an incisive reflection tool to enable, define and track observable behaviour shifts. The tool provides a shared language for navigating change, and collates the individual and collective steps required to adapt and thrive through transformation.
The Development Guru
As a seasoned organisational development specialist, Sarah astutely identifies systemic change requirements and guides transformation across teams to ensure greater levels of success. She views leadership development as a co-creative process, and works with leaders to establish clear direction, unlock innovative thinking and develop impactful communication skills. Her methods are creative, pragmatic and she uses the power of nature to deliver impactful immersion experiences.
The Future Fit Digital Transformer
Mike enables leaders to grow and transform their organisations by building “Future Fit” leadership teams that can drive the cultural change needed for successful digital transformation. He is a founding partner in Heavy Chef, an inspiration platform for entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders in technology.
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