Many of the consultancies have some good ideas, but the cultures that run inside the organisations themselves prohibit them from building people-based cultures inside their clients’ organisations.
Would you trust a company to build an inclusive and open culture when they do not have one themselves? The overheads of large consultancies require them to ‘land and expand’ and get as many junior people onboard as possible to make the numbers work.
Organisational change is not a junior role. It requires specialists who have dedicated their life’s work to making other people’s working lives better. It requires people who live the way they expect others to follow. Why would your staff try new ways of working when the people teaching them don’t follow them themselves?
Most consultancies’ primary business is not organisational change. They are asked to do the work because they are already inside their clients’ organisation for some other reason. This does not make them competent or capable in this area.
We live and run our own business the same way we teach others to run theirs. This is a powerful message for anyone who wonders if our approach works or not.
If it didn’t, we wouldn’t be here.
We only focus on change, and we focus on large organisations and how to do it well. We have set the bar through certification, training, and coaching in this area, and we know how to make a difference.
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