When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower." Alexander Den Heijer.
Imagine a world where your employees look forward to Monday mornings. Now ask yourself, how productive would they be if this was a reality? Imagine also, that your company’s thriving culture, leaders and work were known in your industry as being some of the best. How much money would you spend on recruitment? How hard would it be to attract that Crème de la Crème that you so desperately need for competitive advantage?
Many business leaders are recognising that positive psychological techniques are the secret ingredient and essential tool that attracts, manages, develops and retains talented people. So, if you are a business leader that considers your people to be your company’s number one asset, and want to become an employer of choice, I can help you.
What are the benefits of culture change?
There are many, but the two main benefits are:
1. Little to no people related issues.
2. Increased profits.
To assist me with culture management, I use a tool that has been around for 20 years or so. A tool that correlates employee engagement and happiness with business profits. But in a nutshell, and there’s a lot more science behind it, by identifying which areas of a business needs attention and implementing the necessary changes, results in a vibrant, high performing culture that makes a significant difference to the bottom line.
Would you like to hear more about how to create a thriving culture within your organisation?