Applying a combination of behavioural science, performing arts and good business acumen, we resolve our clients needs, while putting people at the centre our approach. If it doesn't work for your people it doesn't work for us. However the aim is to challenge organisation's at every point to explore and step further out of their comfort zone, thus allowing for true growth and development.
Our four step approach works for any organisations, whether a start-up, scale up or large multinational. We get stuck in creating the right response using our hybrid coaching consultancy style. Sure we have our staple off the shelf programmes and workshops that we can rely on but we can always create a bespoke solutions.
Numerous studies show that the one off interventions do not work, so all our solutions are built with that in mind. We seek to become a trusted partners of our clients, applying everything we know from good learning design.
Nothing will work unless we know who or what we are dealing with...
The first step is always spend time listening, understanding and defining the problem. The more complex the issue the more time needed to investigate and get to the heart of the matter.
We do this through various conversations with key stakeholders, collecting quantitive and qualitative data through surveys and other internal resources available.
Once we have a clear understanding of what the problem will be, we begin the planning process, thinking about how our blended learning approach can solve the problem. We create the necessary resources, road maps and an action plan. This is then signed off by the client once they are happy with and agreed on the process
Plan and Prepare
Every good plan needs time to prepare and execute...
Engage and Deliver
Once it's all said and done actions speak louder than words.
Let's get to work!
Whether it's a workshop, training session, coaching or internal communications project - we ensure we do exactly what we said we would do. Throughout the engagement and delivery process we'll keep you up to date with progress and make pivots if necessary.
The final stage is evaluating key learnings, insights and feedback data. This is valuable data which can be used as a road map for future programmes or as a guide to maintain long-lasting change.
This is usually given in the form of a report or client debriefing session.