These are important questions in a complex and ever changing environment. At Primeast, we work closely with progressive organisations to make successful change happen. With a focus on engaging people and creating vision alignment, in order to deliver sustainable improvement in your bottom line results, we ensure change is achieved in an inclusive and bespoke way.
It’s important for us to be responsive, adaptable and build a trusted partnership with you and your organisation. We’re outcome focused and use proven methodologies to systematically diagnose, design and facilitate the delivery of sustainable and measurable transformation and performance.
Primeast recognises that many organisations face similar issues but each is different and the challenges are unique. Our facilitators and coaches have many years of experience supporting companies with incremental or transformational change challenges. These include:-
We put people at the heart of our approach to organisational development and change by aligning actions to the Purpose and Vision. This includes effective leadership, creating a compelling vision and inspiring others to utilise their strengths to deliver that vision. We use a series of methodologies and frameworks, selecting those that are most appropriate to our clients’ situation. These include our diagnostic and planning framework, PrimeFocus. This has as its starting point the need for a compelling purpose to achieve ‘KPI Results’ and ‘Sustainable Success’. At the heart of the PrimeFocus model everything must be aligned to a purpose that is consistent with stakeholder perspectives. This acts as a catalyst for the development of a change strategy. We work with you to design the relevant interventions and facilitate the required transformation. To learn more about building a purposeful organisation, read Clive Wilson’s book ‘Designing the Purposeful Organisation’.
In some scenarios we will utilise Cultural Transformation Tools (CTT) to deliver cultural diagnostics and value assessment. By measuring current culture, identifying the culture you need and creating a map of how to get there, businesses can affect real change in a deep and meaningful way.
CTT surveys gather valuable information that forms the basis of change initiatives, cultural transformation, diversity interventions, talent management and leadership development. They also help companies understand what motivates their employees and create actionable values that resonate with everyone.
We use other approaches, including the analysis of emotional intelligence, the change curve, ‘traffic lights’, effective communications strategies; and many others. Since we are not prescriptive or inflexible in our approach, we adopt methodologies that best suit our clients’ situation.
In order to thrive, organisations need to adapt successfully – something that isn’t easy without expert help.
Primeast is committed to working with organisations to facilitate the necessary change in the most effective and efficient way possible.
With facilitators around the globe, we deliver bespoke interventions that align with the local context and global organisational needs.
To learn more about how Primeast can help you deliver successful organisational development and change management, please contact us.
Phillip Curry, Shift Leader, Arqiva
I have learnt more from this Active Management Programme than I thought, and am finding it very useful, especially the telephone coaching. My Coach, Daniel Pettigrew is very switched on, analysing my modus operandi and giving me some pointers to upping my game. Clearly Primeast was a good choice.
Interestingly, before the merger the organisation ran a similar, but far more extensive course on management called the One Day Series. It was at a similar time to this, in that the management wished to make changes to the culture of the organisation. I don’t believe it ever really delivered any of the desired outcomes. A dreadful waste of money and a ‘lose, lose’ outcome. As there are defined outcomes required from the delegates in this instance, this will succeed, where the previous attempt failed. So this will be a ‘win, win’!
I remember being fairly cynical when we were first briefed about the Primeast programme – so reflecting on that I’ve learned not to prejudge the situation, give it a chance and don’t rush to judgement. Thank you for the opportunity to take part and I will continue to contribute to our team’s effort to make things better.