Too many organisations, now more than ever, seem to be wasting time and money trying to tinker with repairing their people’s old behaviours, attitudes and habits in order to embrace the current unprecedented challenges they face. It’s such a waste when deep seated change is what is required to deliver sustained sales growth, increased margins, inspiring leadership, amazing customer experience, reduced costs, etc.
It’s like you needing a new car, but deciding to repair the old one and repainting over the rust and hoping it will look and run like a new one. Unless it gets a complete overhaul, everyone knows that this is usually false economy.
You need to build trust, resilience, confidence and belief in order to successfully complete an overhaul of your people’s behaviours, attitudes and mindsets to succeed in this ‘brave new world’. A ‘patch-up’ job will not do!
Think of this in relation to caterpillars and butterflies. Caterpillars are not particularly pretty but, once they break free from the cocoon of their old nature and become butterflies, the transformation is incredible!
What was once ugly is now beautiful. What could once only crawl can now soar!
This transformation requires a growth process, and it isn’t always easy. There’s a lot of struggle involved, but the result is worth the effort.
A butterfly is not just a repaired caterpillar, it’s not even a better caterpillar … it’s been metamorphosed with a new capacity for behaviour and performance.
You need your people to be metamorphosed, not ‘patched-up’, if you are serious about turning your strategic intent into the performance breakthroughs you need and want. To achieve this, you will want us to share with you our secrets of transforming your people’s capacity for delivering results.
So, why not invite us in on your next Microsoft Teams meeting/Zoom meeting, with your senior team and we can have an open and honest discussion about the challenges you are currently facing and how you might be best placed to tackle/deal with them.
Simply email us by Tuesday 12th February. Diary spaces are limited, so it’s first come, first served!
You’ll be really glad you did!