For businesses to stay current and competitive, they need to evolve and ensure that they are adaptive, responsive and resilient.
ndc specialises in shaping an organisation’s culture by focusing on the processes, mindsets and behaviours that drive business performance.
Changing corporate culture can be complex and there may be strong resistance to change. We have been helping clients make positive, successful changes to their team and business culture for many years.
We embarked on a carefully paced 'culture journey' with a deep dive assessment and workshops to understand the findings. From there we were supported to grow internal culture change agents throughout the business. Managers gained increased self awareness and practised new found openness, which has transformed the culture.
Martin is very personable and was great to work with on a Cultural Change programme with Ericsson UK. He really got us thinking in different ways, challenging how we achieved results.
Who we work with...
We have a track record of success with major European organisations.
Our typical client is a multi-site, medium sized organisation with 400+ employees, although we also work with smaller organisations looking to grow and expand.
We have particular experience of working in the sectors of telecommunications, retail, healthcare and education.
A welcome from our Culture Consultant
We have a track record of success with major European organisations, helping them to identify, develop and implement the right culture for business success.
We have developed Culture IMPACT that provides a scientific ‘mixed method’ approach to measure your culture and deep dive into the processes, habits and ways of thinking that drive your results. We have extensive experience of using tools such as:
• Barrett Values Centre’s Culture Transformation tools
• Human Synergistics’ Life Styles Inventory 360 and Organisational Culture Inventory
• Barry Oshry’s Power & Systems
• Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
• FIRO-B assessment
• TEIQue (Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire)
• Patrick Lencioni’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team