A Healthy Organization acts sustainably, responsibly, balances, learns quickly and functions on a solid economic basis.
It enables employees to realize their own goals and create outstanding value for the organization and the customer, and has a long-term, clear vision of the future to which everyone is committed in a positive spirit of cooperation.
The Healthy Organization model has been developed over many years and successfully applied in practice. The advantage: The model offers a holistic overview of all corporate dimensions and includes leadership as a central lever in the analysis of the overall organization.
In this way, the Healthy Organization represents a balanced ideal, a model to which one can orient oneself and locate oneself.
Eight dimensions of the Healthy Organization are interrelated elements in companies that should be considered in equal measure when making changes.
We help you to create the will for transformation in your company and to bring those involved along with you. The essential consulting objective is to awaken an understanding of the interrelationships in the transformation and to create the necessary framework conditions. As a result, emerging market disruptions and unused potentials are perceived, analyzed in a structured way, evaluated and realistic derivations for the next own steps are made. This is done cooperatively and with direct reference to the company's and the market's needs and is oriented towards a common view of a desirable future.
The "Healthy Organization" is thus a model of thinking and transformation. The systemic model of the "Healthy Organization" consists of eight dimensions that serve as a conceptual framework for transformation in employee and organizational development.
We accompany you with a structured, transparent process. This enables you to see at any time where we are in the process or which activities will follow next. Our phase model is an iterative procedure model, so that emerging potentials and findings can always be implemented. We always pay attention to the consistency of the measures and their impact.