Organisations like the world detest change, yet it’s the only thing that brings progress. Authentic power and genuine energy in organisations are generated through relationships.
Non-profit organisations, like their commercial counterparts, face unprecedented challenges. New thinking is needed if we’re to meet and get on top of them. Not only have we to develop a new mind set but also a new skill set, and a new tool set, in order to implement meaningful change. With these challenges we are all thrown out of our comfort zones. A new reality is emerging, with a new financial system, and stringent value for money expectations. Our greatest test is not survival but our determination to thrive.
The road that led us to our present situation is not the same one that will bring us future success. There is hope and that’s an important realisation. To thrive in the present climate, demands a new response, a new way of thinking, and travelling a new road. Thankfully, the future is not an extension of the present.
To thrive, we must respond in a way that will change the beliefs, attitudes, values and structures of our organisations so that they can better adapt to change.
Managing change is about helping organisations become more effective at achieving their goals.
We work with leaders to effect change and progress their organisation’s performance and capacity to improve itself.
Our main function is to help an organisation define and solve its own problems. Our ultimate aim is to, ‘work ourselves out of a job’.