A phrase that either makes you groan and mutter “Yeah, yeah, tell me something new” or a phrase that switches on a light bulb in your mind and has you thinking, This we need. Now!

Love it or hate it, for an organisation to grow it must change. Change is a critical business issue, because any kind of business improvement or growth demands organisational change if it is to work.

Have you thought about what will happen to even the longest running of companies, if the business structure and the people within it stay doing the things they have always done?

The secret of survival:

Making changes before something makes you change. That way you stay in control.

So many sad tales could have been and could still be avoided if the company ethos, its structures and process are managed and planned to work towards and encompass the future life of the company.

So why do some people find it so difficult or painful to make the changes that are so necessary to a company’s survival?

BlueTree Specific Skills implements highly successful programmes that not only review the processes and structure of an organisation but fully involve the people in making them really effective. Why does this differ from everyday practices? Because we employ Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Facet 5 (working style profiling) and our Investors in People training to ensure we use the most effective words to communicate growth and change to the entire organisation in a way that guarantees support, encouragement and acceptance.

Make the change from”We do it this way because that’s how we’ve always done it”

to ” This company is brilliant to work for; they involve us and listen to us. We are proud to be a part of it.”

Click here to talk more about improving your company’s day to day communication and iron out those situations that make growth and change just a dream.

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