Radical… Confronting… Liberating!
Radical new dimensions to disrupt and support traditional consulting.
Radical Workplace Transformation emerges from the creation of effective working relationships.
And like a human body moving in perfect rhythm and balance, produces positive outcomes for your corporate bottom line.
Radical Change requires Radical Leadership that Embodies Corporate and Human Values
Developing Effective Working Relationships
It is important to give people consistent direction in where the enterprise is going. Then the effectiveness of current systems may be examined. And with that understanding people can be encouraged to add their own input.
Radical… Confronting… Liberating!
Mindful Focus and Intention
Mindfulness generates a presence for your business. Radical Change requires presence, awareness and risk taking.
Various techniques and practices are used to encourage focus and intention .
Creating Congruent Teams
When people are congruent with each other, with the specific business direction and with the systems, work ceases to be a chore.
My expertise is in creating and supporting congruence in the workplace and making it easy to achieve success.
Tracking Process and Outcomes
You can’t manage what you don’t measure.
Together we identify what we measure and how to best use the information to achieve sustainable outcomes.
5 Powerful Quotes Inspiring Workplace Transformation
Culture does not change because we desire to change it. Culture changes when the organization is transformed – the culture reflects the realities of people working together everyday.
Change before you have to.
We are not 'measuring' the world, we are creating it.
I believe you have to be willing to be misunderstood if you're going to innovate.
Culture eats strategy for breakfast!
Radical Workplace Event History
The first Radical Consultants Event - Confronting the Challenge of Cultural Change - was held in Sydney 31/7/2019
The second Radical Consultants Event - Workplace Transformation is Essential to Growth - was held in Sydney 12/11/2019
The third Radical Consultants Event - Effective Strategies to Retain High Performing Staff - was held in Sydney 26/2/2020
The first Radical Consultants Webinar - Critical Pathways to Use Immediately and Dissolve the Stress of COVID-19 - was held on Zoom 22/4/2020
The second Radical Consultants Webinar - Interactive Zoom Presentation: Critical Pathways to Use Immediately and Dissolve the Stress of COVID-19 - was held on Zoom 10/6/2020
The fourth Radical Consultants Event - Confronting the Challenge of Authentic Workplace Communication - was held in Sydney 21/10/2020
Confronting the Challenge of Cultural Change in the Workplace
Q&A with Abe Moses, Founder of Radical Consultants
What needs confronting, and why?
Research shows that only around 34% of employees are engaged in their work. 13% of employees are "actively disengaged" and actively/passively attempt to sabotage their employers business. The remaining 53% of workers are in the "not engaged" category. They may be generally satisfied but are not cognitively and emotionally connected to their work and workplace; they will usually show up to work and do the minimum required but are likely to quickly leave their company for only a slightly better offer.
I frequently read of people in organisations seeking cultural change.
Actually, I am a little surprised by the number of organisations seeking cultural change, and Cultural Change Agents. What is this magical “cultural change” that so many seek, might I ask? I assume that the leadership believes that there is something about the culture in their organisation that needs changing. Yep, that sounds right. Whatever the culture that now exists, needs to be replaced by something different, a “better” culture!
In a recent article on depression, in the Guardian, Johann Hari mentions 1970’s workplace research by the Australian scientist, Michael Marmot.
Marmot’s research found that it is not the people at the top of work hierarchies who are most inclined to serious stress, and consequent heart attacks, but those towards the bottom. A very surprising result.
And in working out why that is, he came to the conclusion that: