The organizational consultant develops organizations, companies and individuals by supporting and making visible managers and employees so that they can move forward towards their common goal. A more efficient organization where the team works with both the organization and the individual's best interests is an effect of good communication, increased cooperation and clear goals. This also leads to a reduction in the negative stress. When you go to work, it should feel good and we contribute to higher productivity when we feel job satisfaction.
What are your organization's challenges?
- How are negative stress and change processes handled?
- Do employees know within what framework they are expected to achieve a result?
- Are the employees' roles clear?
- Is the organization carried forward by your communication? Do you talk to each other or about each other?
- Is security provided in contact with partners, customers and internal relationships by following the organization's visions and values?
- Is it easy for everyone involved to understand the organization's goals and purpose?
In order for the organization to be able to achieve its goals, it is required that the organization is healthy and has effective teams. The risk of conflicts in the team and for the individual is reduced if one can give clear answers to the above questions.
How can the organization develop?
An organization has healthier employees if they work with clear and goal-oriented development. It is usually better for the employees if there are clear values, rules of the game and purpose on which they can be based, and that the communication works well within the organization. If employees thrive in the workplace, they are less likely to want to leave it and this means that the organization can retain valuable skills. Finding out what changes need to be implemented to create good collaboration, leadership, employee leadership and good personal leadership is part of the consultant's work.
An organizational consultant:
- has practical, theoretical and self-experienced inner development.
- can work with both individuals and with groups
The different work areas for an organizational consultant
- Treatment and communication
- Supervision and coaching
- Individual and group development
- Management team development
- Goal and vision work
- Person profiles
- Conversation models and conflict management
- Systematic perspective
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Smoother cooperation and retained competence
Synonyms for organization
- organizing, planning, planning, arranging, arranging, arranging, systems
- association, association, group, institution, body, institution, apparatus