educate | empower | engage
transform your culture, lift team engagement, and drive your business forward
help your team to understand WHY they are doing the work they do and HOW the work they do each day contributes to the why, and giving them a reason to care
get your team at all levels of the business informed, involved and engaged in making the business a success
motivate your team to look for new and improved ways to work, to experiment and challenge the status quo
give your team the chance to elevate their thinking – developing a deeper connection and commitment to the business
Less than 25% of Australians are engaged in their work
that makes for a lot of unhappy employees, and a big drain on business
Only one in eight workers are psychologically committed to their jobs and likely to be making positive contributions to their organisations, and it's costing Australian businesses close to $33 billion annually.
At a time when companies are looking for every source of competitive advantage, the workforce itself represents the largest reservoir of untapped potential.
Imagine if everyone in your team was as engaged and focused on the success of the business as you were; if everyone was motivated to work together to build the best business possible?
Let us introduce you to a new way of running your business and help you create lasting cultural change.
Let's Build Better Businesses Together
we're here to help you transform your culture, lift team engagement, and drive your business forward - here's how:
Our practices are based on
The Great Game of Business®
Using the principles of openness and transparency,
it's a completely different way
of running a business;
a way of running a business that not only
improves business results, but
the lives of people who drive those results.
Who are we
using the principles and practices of the Great Game of Business,
we'll help you to transform your culture and build the best business possible
Great Game of Business Certified Coach
By creating a culture that employees can connect to in a meaningful way, one that allows team members to learn, to grow, to challenge themselves, to take risks – you’ve got a chance to do just that.
Businesses that have fully implemented the practices of the Great Game of Business consistently experience remarkable growth, profitability and employee engagement, including more than:
resources for results
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