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Setting a clear goal for what your culture needs to be
Creates a shared sense of the future that people believe in
Excites, engages and energises people about culture change they are committed to
The pandemic and related increase in homeworking has meant that organisational visions and values can feel out of date or forgotten. Our purpose, vision and values workshops are expertly facilitated and enable teams to re-engage with what is important to them and what underpins team and business success. Participants feel enthused and engaged, with stronger bonds forged within teams and organisations. Workshop output is a clearly articulated set of guiding principles and statements which describe your culture and which all participants understand and buy into.
Energising workshops that engage staff with a culture that they all want to be a part of – skilful facilitators who get below the surface to find meaning – outputs that support culture change activities
Creating strong connections to your organisational purpose increases engagement, leading to happier and more productive teams. Defining a clear purpose is known to support resilience and wellbeing, to bring together generations in the workplace and to support decision-making, as well as helping you to attract and retain talent.
Embedding your purpose as a guiding principle in all that you do strengthens commitment and a sense of belonging, and ultimately, ensures that effort is directed where it will have the most impact.
We deliver standalone workshops for whole organisations at awaydays or staff conferences, or for individual teams, including those at executive and senior leadership levels. We work with you to understand the aims and focus of your away day and design workshops that allow you to explore specific themes together.
We use a range of approaches to engage participants with defining their purpose, vision and values, both personally and as a team. The workshops can be used to identify barriers to a unified approach and to embed a commitment to change.