You could fill an entire bathroom with wisdom tiles about never being out of touch and personal development. And for good reason! Knowing how to maximize and develop your talent and that of others is a great thing.
As far as we are concerned, this starts with creating a culture with a focus on learning and developing new things. Creating an environment in which colleagues are not competitors, but sources of inspiration. In short, developing a growth mindset. Good leadership often makes an essential contribution to this learning culture. We go so far to say that it is a must to make it work.
With a growth mindset, there is a focus on growing, learning new things and embrace the experience of learning. Essential when colleagues start learning from each other instead of competing with each other.
As an organization you are flexible this way, people are no longer stuck in how it is now, but how it can be. You can accelerate because change is in your DNA and employees are comfortable with it. They see opportunities and self-confidence increases. Employees with self-confidence are more productive, creative and assertive.
We can keep our input small:
Develop a program for a specific target group in the organization, such as newcomers. How do you ensure an effective onboarding that is completely appropriate for your organization? Small, but with an eye for the big picture, so that a new employee can be quickly effective after onboarding and not leave the building severely disappointed.
Or do we choose big together:
And help you evolve into a learning culture. Employees’ need for development is increasing, purpose matters more and more. You can build this into your culture which increases engagement. We provide support in the design, branding, design of the programs but also the leadership that is needed.
Leadership is a profession. Leaders have great impact on a culture. But what is good leadership? The answer to this question is different for each organization. After all, each context and phase requires something different from leaders. Our experience in leadership positions has taught us how to quickly analyze and find those right buttons. Consider:
Without dogma, because we can’t do much with that. We start from what is there and what is needed. To develop leadership, we offer several tools based on the above buttons. Consider a clear measuring stick, (team) coaching, peer review and our first-time manager program
We help you hone in on what needs to be learned. And then also how best to do it. Bunchmark has top program managers, learning specialists and trainers, facilitators and coaches associated with us.
Whatever path we choose, the goal remains that learning becomes part of the culture in which making mistakes and experimenting play an important role, even when we are no longer around. We provide the tools and teach you the skills to continue to develop and keep doing it yourself.