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Engagement, empowerment or alignment?

For decades CEOs, business academics, and consulting gurus worldwide have been seeking new ways to engage employees.

Everyday, everywhere managers seek to influence their employees to increase productivity, to encourage product innovation, to improve service quality, to boost employee performance, to raise profit margins, and of course...to drive changes to achieve these outcomes.

Employee engagement program design and strategies are tailored to suit clients' age, situation and change agendas.  They will depend on:

  • The level of past and present organisational agility, growth patterns and experience of change
  • Employee culture, adaptability and change readiness
  • How far the business has evolved along its company lifecycle
  • The breadth of change sought - the depth of change sought

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    "They helped us to formulate and implement strategies that made a difference. Their contribution to the change and ensuing success that we enjoyed cannot be overstated"
    Paul Dykzeul, Managing Director
    Australian Consolidated Press, Australia

    "They awakened in us an appreciation of strategic management skills that we needed for the profitable future development and coached us in many aspects of leadership"
    Brett Fawcett, International Markets
    GAB Robins Group

    "Their broad experience was evidenced by a quick grasp of our business operations and issues. We were provided with solutions that fit our problems"
    Sara Kratz, President
    Katz & Associates, USA

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