We believe that an organisation's performance is determined by its people. Supporting them to do the best job they can is therefore the key to unlocking success. In our view, this is best done:
We support courageous organisations who are inspired by concepts of self-management as practised by organisations such as Patagonia, Buurtzorg, Netflix, Semco and many others. In this we practise what we preach: we coach, facilitate, encourage, inspire. From time to time we may teach (a bit). But foremost, we trust you to find your way and your style in what works for you and your workforce in your specific context.
We do this through online programmes, generally in small groups of like-minded individuals. Or we do this in person (provided Covid allows) within and with your organisation.
Bringing many years of self-management experience as organisational transformers, facilitators and coaches ensures that you and your teams will be in good hands as you embark on your exciting journey towards happier, more engaged staff and a more effective organisation overall.
In 2021 we successfully launched our Moving Towards Self-Management Programme. Our next cohort will start in January 2022.
We can support you in many other ways too: team coaching, team effectivity training, inclusive online meeting practices, etc. Drop us a line to find out how we can help.
For years, Paul has helped organisations realise their full potential by unleashing the capabilities and intrinsic motivation of their people. He created several employee-owned social enterprises and as COO of Buurtzorg Britain & Ireland introduced concepts of self-management to many organisations in and outside the UK. He holds a Certificate for Systemic Team Coaching from the AoEC.
Tania is an experienced Organisational Development Consultant and Team Coach working across professional disciplines and organisational boundaries, from frontline staff to Executive/Director Board level. She has worked extensively in health and social care and was instrumental in several Buurtzorg pilots in the UK.