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                  We accelerate culture change.

 
 

You know what behaviours your strategy needs.
But you feel that traditional programs won’t work fast enough.
(#tiredofwastingtime) 

 

Organisations

Culture can move quickly when we manage to change the conversations inside an organisation.  Campaigns, surveys and workshops might raise awareness, but they take way too long to translate into new behaviours at scale.  

The cultures we help to build don’t live inside announcements or posters.  They inform everyday decisions, inspire high performance, create collective innovation and shows up strongly in the value it creates for customers.

 

Cities & Countries

As with organisations, culture is what drives everyday behaviour in every citizen. It informs the way people feel, the choices they make and how they interact with the city and with each other.

Paying taxes, erradicating corruption and reducing road accidents are  the types of projects we love to get busy with.

We help Governments create quality of life for millions of people, something that gives us a great sense of purpose.

 

Time is the Enemy of Change


Some people think that change takes time, but it is quite the opposite.
Give teams enough time and they will find evidence to reinforce the barriers they already have,
making it even harder for change to happen. 

We are not consultants.  Think of us as catalysts who will sit with you and work through the reality of your organisation, the way it is now.  Not a good idea to wait for the 'right time', before you engage us.

We know how to accelerate change, so what you have in mind can show up in everyday interactions,
in people's decisions and in the way the organisation does what it is supposed to do.

 
 

Cultures of Integrity

 
 


Without trust, it is hard to make things happen.  People don’t collaborate, talent leaves and clients don’t buy.
Here’s a recent article I wrote for The Guardian, where I try to explore what has gone wrong that eroded trust in so many ways.  I also propose an alternative way to build a culture of trust in organisations.

 
 

 

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