|As advisors to business leaders, we are called into situations where there is an urgency to:
Our approach, Dynamic System Facilitation™, delivers results by fostering shared
- Develop a new strategy and implement it on a fast track;
- Re-energize team members and restore collaboration;
- Tackle persistent performance issues;
- Roll out organization-wide change.
commitments, clear strategies, and solutions that motivate people to take initiative.
We bring about fundamental improvements with minimal disruption or lost time. Our
clients can quickly achieve critical performance goals because people’s mental energy
previously absorbed by negative mindsets and behaviors become available to generate
team-developed solutions and proactive implementations.
People tend to resist change. But our method demonstrates to participants that change
can occur quickly without massive disruption. This is important because, in many cases,
the individuals that need to carry out change remember past initiatives that brought on
more work and little impact.
Teams find agreement and create superior results as they practice and internalize a
process with three simple fundamental goals:
• Ensure that all are able to voice their truth about the situation, and to hear how
their colleagues see and live the same collective reality;
• Explore the entire system for the root causes, i.e. not just the symptomatic issues
that a few individuals want to focus on;
• Build trust by openly raising the questions that have been avoided until then.
From leaders to implementers, team members soon experience the benefits of greater
clarity and focus. They readily feel aligned and engaged with the outcomes the group now
Our clients achieve lasting results because we permanently transform the way leaders and
teams interact as they confront their most challenging work issues.
Neither team-building nor consulting alone can produce similar results — Team building
exercises create an artificial learning environment that is not grounded in work reality,
while consulting usually disempowers teams by providing ready-made external solutions.
In contrast we engage people to consider emotional barriers: anger, resentment, fear,
while working on actual issues, be they daily processes that have failed, or a strategic
overhaul that requires reorganization.
We work with leaders and their teams to ignite positive change in a matter of days. We
then benchmark behaviors and attitudes over a period of 3 months to ground the positive
results experienced collectively during the initial facilitation. Positive change begins right
Learning happens by doing. The group builds a common awareness of the new generative
practices that replace the toxic patterns of the past.