Are you facing some concrete questions regarding growth or change within your organization? Are you struggling with outflow, having trouble recruiting or keeping your employees engaged in times of distance? Do you want your organization to grow and remain agile? Keep your employees interested and committed? Or outline a long-term HR policy?
We start from what already exists, look with you and your colleagues at where reinforcement is needed and together we go step by step on the road to make your organization future proof.
By engaging in the exercise together, accents and focal points become clear during the process. Based on your vision and strategy, we work on leadership, think about which corporate culture suits your organization and support you in determining a strategic HR policy.
How do we do that? We gather both qualitative and quantitative information during an analysis phase. By talking to management and employees, we gain insights into what is going on. We discuss together objectives and especially how to achieve them. By taking pragmatic and concrete actions that have a sustainable impact, we work together to strengthen the organization and the individuals.
"My organization has strong growth ambitions, so I have appointed a new executive committee. We are looking for guidance in our collaboration as an executive committee . Also, in our individual leadership development. And finally, we want to professionalize our HR policies so that we can keep our current and future employees engaged."
"How can we ensure that everyone is committed together to the goals and strategy of our merger project. This is because we went through a merger about 2 years ago and our employees continue to think in terms of 'us' and 'them': they still feel connected to their former organization."
"We have very committed employees who can lose themselves in their work, sometimes resulting in long-term illnesses. We want to support them in finding the right balance between commitment and guarding boundaries."
"I want to prevent my good employees from leaving. How do I know what really lives within my organization and therefore what I as a business manager should pay attention to?"