Organizations don’t transform by themselves. People do.
– The Essence of any Effective Organization.
People & Culture
Effective Organizations are fast, focussed and reliable in executing their strategy and all their initiatives to improve Organizational Agility succeed. They continuously deliver extraordinary results at nearly every task, and even when something goes wrong, it only has a minor or temporary impact. The major aspect that sets these organizations apart from others is that they managed to create and maintain a High-Performance Culture in which everybody, the organization’s leaders and employees, continually and deliberately give their best. Their focus is balanced between performance and people, without sacrificing either. In a nutshell, a High-Performance Culture is not something that is ‘done’ to people but rather an invitation to be part of a dynamic team that continuously interacts in a constructive manner and embraces change readily.
We work with our clients to effectively build and embed a High-Performance Culture in their organization by:
- Engaging the whole organization in a shared vision, mission and values – to provide clear direction, alignment and understanding; thereby creating unity of purpose.
- Introducing consistent leadership practises and behaviours throughout the organization – to ensure honest and candid communication, discipline and commitment (of leaders); thereby establishing consistency and trust.
- Fostering positive role modelling by leaders on all levels – to release enthusiasm and motivation, and achieve engagement and commitment (of employees); thereby encouraging consistent employee behaviours and ways of working.
- Boosting fair Performance and Talent Management – to build capabilities, encourage talent, provide opportunities to develop and to consistently recognise and reward performance (of teams and individuals); thereby aligning expectations of employees and the organization.
The Effective High-Performance Organization =
(Corporate DNA + Strategy + Agility) x Risk Management
x People & Culture