CLIENT: Media/TV/Radio/Print holding (Europe).

CLIENT:

Media/TV/Radio/Print holding (Europe).

CHALLENGE:

To help stressed leaders keep up and be innovative.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

"Executive Coaching" on helping people and business to grow. 

OUTCOME:

Better business results from claiming ownership and generating ideas from less stressed teams. Because being clear is the new smart, we instilled “self-care” and balanced leadership habit. This gave room to make right decisions amidst the overload of information and to communicate more clearly. Leaders learned about interdependent leadership and to be daring in delegation. Caring leadership triggered a culture of trust and safety, and created an environment for generating new thinking.

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CLIENT: Fujitsu

CLIENT: Fujitsu.

CHALLENGE:

To help IT client work with people in mind.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

Eye-opening key notes.

OUTCOME:

Less transactional, more success building, and sustainable relationships. We inspired to grasp how the new world with empowered consumers in control has shifted the way of interacting, and how Big-Data raises demands for personalization. Even in the B-t-B client world with entire focus on digitalization - people are still acting as people - and you need to give customers what they want in a warm, human way. Social skills and trust are the currency of the future.

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CLIENT: Finance/ Banking sector.

CLIENT:

Finance/ Banking sector.

CHALLENGE:

Create inclusiveness beyond HR agenda and data sheet.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

"Individual Leadership Coaching" before taking it to a team level. 

OUTCOME:

Better business performance, more innovative ideas and decision making. We worked on creating a more inclusive work culture for all leaders and translated corporate values into pragmatic new behaviors. Consequently, DNA of the entire company evolved and it became inclusive beyond gender. More women applied and went forward in the pipeline and inspired others who were “different” and “new” to follow the footsteps.

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CLIENT: Rio Tinto.

CLIENT: Rio Tinto.

CHALLENGE: To implement innovative-thinking ecosystem throughout the company, not just the R&D department.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE: “Think Who & Why before What” approach and business planning. 

OUTCOME: Not merely a nice sounding slogan but a rational program for substantial changes. We created innovative-thinking ecosystem throughout the company to think big and differently in two steps: First - we translated the business Why. And putting customer and other stakeholders first became a clear and commonly shared external and internal agenda for all departments as rethinking process and procedures started from scratch.Second - we combined classical ROI KPI together with new ROS (Return on Society) to set goals.

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CLIENT: IKEA Global

CLIENT: IKEA Global.

CHALLENGE: To be a purpose driven company to cut through to Millennials.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE: “Think Who & Why before What” approach.

OUTCOME: New business format, user experience design, value based recruitment. We translated the business Why into a clearly articulated purpose of the company and combined it with corporate ambition, and delivered the “How & What” roadmap for customer experience, new products & services, positioning, and Employee & Employer behaviors.

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CLIENT: Consumer goods, +6000 people org, +20 bio TO.

CLIENT:

Consumer goods, +6000 people org, +20 bio TO.

CHALLENGE:

To overcome stagnation, meet the demands of changed customer behaviors, and match the speed of the market.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

“Think Who & Why before What” approach and business planning. 

OUTCOME:

Dramatic shift, disruption not seen as threat, and the company thrived by becoming a "network" company. We started by distilling “5 Strategic Axes” for the next 3-5-10 years, based on driven value of “combining more digital with more human.” Then translated the business Why into clear plans with How & What that integrated with network teams, agile tactics, and creative process, which gave more speed and simplicity.

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CLIENT: IKEA Global

CLIENT: IKEA Global.

CHALLENGE: To combine “Global” with “Local” when classic sales techniques fail.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE: Outside perspective to avoid internal home blindness.

OUTCOME: Market share acceleration by doing better in local relevance. Found local growth potentials for (how) channels, (who) segments, (where) market, (what) range & services. The team found ways to meet the needs of the clients of today and tomorrow. The difference happened as improving weaknesses wasn’t the stopping point. We amplified strengths in areas that best met the rise of hyper-localism. A storyline created a movement for all co-workers. They’re proud to serve the community’s needs better, and being part of innovative global brand.

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Client: Healthcare company.

CLIENT:

Healthcare company.

CHALLENGE:

To solve home-blindness in sales & marketing team.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

Workshops to think from outside perspective. 

OUTCOME:

Creating space for new competitor formats to enter. We helped the client to speed up the result and achieve more with less resources. We created speed, simplicity, and agility.
By creating strong-call-to-action and going beyond the classic formats, we made room for new competitor models/formats to enter, and explored new competitive advantages of the future to make the client’s business stand out.

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CLIENT: Global brand, consumer goods (UK).

CLIENT:

Global brand, consumer goods (UK).

CHALLENGE:

To boost internal and external trust.

SOLUTION FOR CHALLENGE:

Workshops with employees, clients, influencers, suppliers.

OUTCOME:

Ethical leadership, standing out with brand pride. We found that these groups expected to experience trust in the product and the company. This gave “Moment of Truths” - crucial points in the customer experience journey where trust can be built or broken. We redesigned commercial axes and desired behavior to exceed these points. This was translated into actions for co-workers, management, and suppliers.

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