Facilitating Change and Building Resilience

Using established and well researched change models we design and facilitate workshops to help clients understand the impact of major change from a people perspective.

Building on our ongoing research on resilience started in 2009 we facilitate workshops to build personal, team and organisational plans for building resilience.

Managing Change & Transition Workshops

Using established and well researched models and frameworks we design and facilitate workshops to help clients understand the impact of major change from a people perspective.

During the workshop(s) we help identify the people related issues and challenges during change and using practical models, tools and research we help clients to manage the disruption of change and make a successful transition from the old to the new, creating individual, team and organisational plans for change.

Building Resilience Workshops

Using research jointly carried out with the University of Westminster, Business Psychology Centre and practical resilience models and tools we facilitate workshops to help clients understand what resilience is, what the key characteristics of building resilience are, and build personal, team and organisational blueprint plans for building resilience.

Our Clients

Private, Public, Third sector

We work with profit and non-profit organisations, cross-sector and cross-industry with executive and leadership teams, staff at all levels, customers, suppliers and prospective partners.

Just to a name a few...

  • British Council
  • Immediate Media
  • Nesta
  • Catalyx
  • Global landscapes forum
  • GDS (Government Digital Services)
  • Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR)
  • Action for Children
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