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We don’t “train”. We help shape the company culture to drive business results. Continuously.

When we started this business 8 years ago, we called the organization a training company. We sold training solutions. We went through the HR team. Now we don’t want to call what we do training.

It doesn’t happen in 1,2 or even 5 days. It’s more than that. It’s an integrated approach. It’s engaging the hearts of the people to make them want to come to work. It’s also engaging them to use processes for continuous improvement. It’s about driving the front line that add value. It’s looking beyond the balance sheet/profit and loss to the organization’s psychological capital.It’s about coaching people to help drive performance because they want to NOT because they are told to.

We now work with Competitive Dynamics International to help make organizations world class and great places to work – where the employees wake up and want to go to work.

Some of the questions to assess your organization include the following:-
1. Do you have a 98% on time attendance for your team?
2. Does every one of your employees contribute one innovation per person per month?
3. Does everyone in the organization clearly know their role and why it is important to the organisation/society as a whole or do they just come to work for the pay check?
4. Does everyone measure and manage their team’s performance in terms of Quality, Speed and Cost?

Most of our clients start off answering no to most of the above. We work to engage the whole organization to help everyone say yes to these questions. The time take ranges from 3 months to 12 months.

So we don’t call it training. It’s changing culture. It’s making organisations world class and great places to work. It’s our reason to go to work.