here's how we can help
Design and adapt programs to be best fit, light touch, long lasting and high impact.
Many great ideas fail as initiatives. Poor fit, overengineering and administrative busyness end up depleting momentum. We use Living System design to help your programs be agile, long-lasting, low-overhead and tailored to your circumstances. Sample activities:
Landscape scan and opportunity assessment
Minimum viable product and customer profile development
Assessment and adaptation
Develop a culture where relationships are the vehicle of performance, change, innovation and resilience.
Peter Drucker famously said that culture eats strategy for lunch. He's right! Unfortunately, fostering cultures that are authentic and not forced org-speak remains elusive. We can help, but it requires frank dialogue and commitment among leaders. Sample activities:
Culture audit and organizational mapping
Identifying unspoken obstacles and unseen opportunities
Relationship strengthening skills and methods trainings
Culture building retreats
Intentionally shift your organization's trajectory through practical strategy work that gets to the heart of what matters.
Attaining clarity of purpose and a nimble strategy are essential to moving an organization from its current reality to its highest aspirations. They are also ripe opportunities to develop organizational culture and leadership. Sample activities:
Landscape scan and assessment
Action and implementation planning
Stakeholder mapping and network engagement
Use the workplace as a vehicle toward highest, best self at the intersection of personal and professional growth.
Individuals limit and make possible what organizations do. Inner challenges hinder potential in unexpected ways. The workplace is a prime location for breakthroughs that develop leadership traits like curiosity, creativity, and connection. Sample activities:
Individual leadership coaching
Leadership program design
Professional development planning
Mindful habit deconstruction
Build engaged teams that accomplish more than the sum of their parts.
Most teams focus on the task at hand, not the relationships that are required to do the work. But relationships drive healthy workplace culture, staff retention, high performance, and overall organizational effectiveness.
Building shared purpose, understanding and norms
Establishing relationship building practices
Work plan development, action planning and implementation
Take stock, learn, and adapt through customized experiences focused on action-oriented connection.
Humans are social, learning beings. Most workplaces do not create space for these fundamental traits—which are transformative assets—to be leveraged. Sample activities and workshops:
Take stock and ecocycle planning retreats
Living Systems design
Mindfulness and human change
Creativity and innovation
change flows along lines of relationship.