Most business are smart organisations – they have effective strategy, marketing, financial controls and technology infrastructure. Very few medium to large organisations are ‘healthy’ – minimal politics, clarity of goals throughout the organisation, high morale, nearly zero staff turnover, high productivity.
In today’s world of competitive business, being healthy is the main things that will give businesses the edge over their competitors and make you stand out. If you want to rid your organisation of politics and create massively high performing teams, then you need to build a healthy organisation!
Being clear on your purpose and ensuring every part of the organisation reinforces that purpose creates a ‘healthy’ organisation and gives businesses a huge advantage. A healthy organisation can focus on the what’s important more easily; cycle through problems and rally round solutions much quicker; they create a culture where employees are able to excel, be more productive and reach goals faster.
Being a smart organisation makes you efficient. Being a ‘healthy’ organisation makes you effective!
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand what needs to be done and why, but that so few organisation seem to be able to put it into practice, demonstrates how difficult it truly is to execute properly. It also proves that if you can put the time and energy in getting it right you will leap ahead of the competition in ways that they won’t be able to copy! To build a healthy organisation you first need to answer five simple questions and then ensure that i) everyone involved knows the answer to the five simple
To build a healthy organisation you first need to answer five simple questions and then ensure that i) everyone involved knows the answer to the five simple questions; and ii) every part of your organisation reinforces the answer to five simple questions.
This workshop ask and help you answer these five simple questions.