We will help you craft the right path for your team development and guide you along the way.
The length of this program can be from 2 month to a year, depending on your team's needs.
We will have a first call with you to understand your context. Then we survey your team to hear their perspectives of the org’s strengths and challenges. We’ll use this input to customise the training material to the specific needs of your organisation.
Training - in person or online
We will deliver the custom workshop based on the
survey and assessment done with your team.
We can delivery the training in person or online to
suit your need.
Change takes sustained effort; new behaviours take
time to establish.
This is why we encourage the formation of the “Improvement Team” - 3 to 6 people who will ensure the lessons and experiments from our time together are embedded into the day-to-day work of the organisation. They will keep the rhythm, engaging the wider organisation in continuous participatory improvement.
We will support the Improvement Team along the way with our advice and practical methods.
Learn how the Patterns for Decentralised Organising apply in your context.
Practice continuous participatory improvement in your organising systems.
Surface disagreements in a productive way, and turn them into co-created solutions.
Grow the depth of trust and mutual support in your workplace culture.
Learn new processes and team behaviors
Our Training Methodology
Our knowledge is rooted in our lived experience in organisations at the forefront of collaborative work practice.
We bring examples from different groups around the world, as well as research from academic studies.
We host participatory learning exercises to reflect on how these lessons apply in your group context.
We don’t arrive with predetermined solutions, instead we facilitate conversations for people to
co-design solutions that are right for them.
In our experience, this is the most effective way to engage people in organisational change and committing together to improve the group culture and structure.