How can you save money without irreparably damaging relationships with staff and service users?
Can you help disillusioned staff to reconnect with a sense of public service at a time when workloads and pressure are increasing?
Do you need advice on how to create the conditions for difficult but necessary conversations?
Are you able to integrate personal and cultural considerations into transformation programmes?
We help team leaders across public services and third sector organisations to think, relate and act in ways that go beyond traditional change management programmes.
Our approach to Leadership and Organisational Development helps organisations respond to the pressures and uncertainties that arise due to the combined effects of spending cuts, rising demand for services and increasing cost.
We support clients across the public services – including central government departments, regulators, local authorities, NHS trusts, CCGs, and health and social care providers – by:
- Bringing together different stakeholder perspectives to build a shared understanding of your wider system, your organisational strengths, and the underlying issues and dilemmas you face.
- Creating a shared narrative and vision for change that supports your core purpose and collective endeavour.
- Implementing the appropriate mix of change interventions at different levels of your organisation and system, paying particular attention to political, cultural, systemic and psychological dimensions.
- Facilitating shifts in mindsets and behavioural patterns that ‘unstick’ thinking and behaviours and generate new ways of working.
- Thinking creatively about organisational design, models, structures, systems and behaviours to ensure change is sustained and connections are made between the ways you work internally and how your organisation works externally.
- Establishing spaces for thinking, reflecting and learning together which develop your ongoing OD capability to handle change in the future.
- Evaluating the impact and outcomes of any change process.