You need to do things collaboratively, but it takes a lot of time and energy. We bring lightbulb moments of insight that unlock your business relationships.
There are lots of important relationships in our working lives – business relationships, employee relationships and stakeholder relationships. Different scenarios sometimes need different approaches.
Multiple relationships on the radar
Where there is a network of stakeholders, a supply chain or multiple departments within an organisation. There may be a need to identify risk and prioritise attention for a wide range of different types of relationship. The state of relationships may not be fully understood. The overall relationship mapping may need to be demonstrated or tracked.
Projects built around a Relational Scan (rScan) rapidly pinpoint strengths and weaknesses within a network, allowing you to improve stakeholder involvement or employee relationship management.
Relationships with issues
Where there is recognised poor relationship between two groups or in a small network – these may be employee relationships or business relationships. The relationship(s) may be critical in a network, may be historically distant or may have recently become less effective. The priority is to understand the specific dynamics and bring the parties together to make positive changes.
Projects built around a Relational Improvement (rImprove) provide all parties with detailed insight on their relationship dynamics and empowers them to change through a series of pragmatic interventions.
Undeveloped or new relationships
Where strategically building new relationship is needed or an existing relationship is under-developed. The parties may be operating in very different environments and needing to align expectations and identify effective means by which to interact. Cultural assumptions may be slowing the rate at which a strong relationship is being built.
Projects built around a Relational Design (rDesign) enable parties to proactively set the right foundations for building healthy relationship whilst explicitly registering their differences.