Why does a business hire a consultancy?
These days companies are planning for staff attrition rather than training for employee retention. The landscape for employment is outdated and uninspiring. Individuals need to be given a purpose, a reason to love their work and be excited for every waking day. Redundant and cliche corporate structures have the new workforce second guessing every status quo they come across. It is time to create a productive culture intrinsic to an organization's beliefs and strategies.
Engage in employee retention practices through team building and company culture.
Design systems and processes to intentionally increase employee productivity.
Increase company loyalty and staff morale.
Create rotational programs for employees to develop cross functioning skills and additional perspectives.
Advise management on the essentials of promoting within instead of hiring out.
Motivational speaker/strategist to engage employees and raise morale. Not just preach but actively Q&A the group.
Aid a business that is finding it hard to integrate with today. (Whether the integration is new technology, additional requirements, changing demographics, millennial age employees, rapid growth stabilization or leveraging new found resources).
Assist the next generation in taking over a business. Preparing this new leader to have a successful operation, keeping true to the business while abandoning any negative learned behaviors.
Oversee the transition with a new owner after a business sale/purchase.
Rekindle the passion within an organization. Owners, executives or staff.
Energize a group and regain focus
Participate in round table discussions or decision making processes to offer feedback and challenge ideas.
Provide a radically different insight to current systems and processes.
A company undergoing changes and needs an interim, executive level mind, to ensure business as usual navigating uncertain terrain.
Mitigate the risk of current and future business practices.
Create a clear concise plan of action moving forward.