The importance of
commitment at work

In 2017 TMBC, The Markus Buckinham Company produced "The Global Engagement Index" study, which measured the percentage of employees who were fully engaged with their team, company or organisation in 13 countries globally. It also analysed the working conditions that determined this total commitment.

The results, which vary somewhat from country to country, show that only around 16% of employees are fully engaged in their workplace. This undoubtedly affects the level of performance, well-being and productivity.

Benefits of an employee strengths-based culture

The aforementioned study also determines that globally, the most decisive element for employees' total commitment is being able to use their strengths and talent on a daily basis. In Spain, another very important element is the feeling of professional growth and development at work.

On average less than 20% of employees use their strengths every day in their job.

Several studies demonstrate the ROI generated by this cultural transformation.

To talk about a cultural change is to talk about a change in people. In other words, how to change the vision, values, practices, people, narrative and space of an organisation, according to the 6 classic elements listed by the Harvard Business Review.

In 2018, the Harvard Business Review (HBR) published The Culture Factor, arguably the best and most current study on organisational culture. It sets out a new framework, based on how people interact and respond to change. The result is eight styles of culture.

 

Leading with culture is one of the best sources of sustainable competitive advantage.

What you will get

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More productivity

Maximising talent, resources and aligning employees with strategy and vision.

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Reduction of absenteeism

By increasing well-being, stress, sick leave and the associated high costs are reduced.

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Less rotation

Employee loyalty. They will become more committed and less inclined to leave.

How does it work?

Each consultancy is unique and personalised. We divide the cultural transformation process into 4 stages: assessment, diagnosis, intervention and follow-up. We accompany you, by your side and at your pace, covering your needs, from start to finish. 

Evaluation
Interviews
and diagnostic assessments are conducted to understand the current situation of the organisational culture in the team.
Diagnosis
Key and priority areas are identified within the team. Possible solutions are suggested, and an intervention with the client is defined.
Intervention
Actions are taken to address the cultural challenges of the team with training, coaching, team building, workshops and assessments.
Follow-up
The effect of the interventions on the team is assessed and measured with KPIs. New needs are assessed and action is taken.

Start your success journey
to define and adopt the desired culture.

100% satisfaction guarantee

If you are not satisfied I will refund your investment immediately, without further justification.