As a leader, you set the tone and model the behaviour for the culture you want to create in your organisation. To do this you have to ask yourself: What do I value most?
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It seems that many organisations are undergoing a transformation and evolution. One of the biggest evolutions is what motivates people to work for certain types of organisations.
We all want the freedom to explore new ideas and the opportunity to become the best versions of ourselves. But freedom doesn’t mean a lack of discipline.
In this excellent guest blog by John Haddy of Essex County Council, he explains how working with Sycol has helped empower him to achieve their vision, mission and value.
No matter the size of the organisation, collaboration is absolutely necessary. For smaller organisations, collaboration often comes easy, but for larger organisations with bigger, perhaps distributed teams, getting everyone to work together can be more of a challenge.
The team at Shropshire Education Psychology Service wanted to find a way to be as fit and strong as possible in meeting the many modern challenges faced today. They were clear that, in order to do this, they need to be a totally united service.
Sycol are supporting the entire Essex SAT to build a world-class service. The team is big! Divided into four geographical sub-teams, there are approximately 100 colleagues in total -- all eager to learn more about how to transform traditional work-patterns into cutting-edge one
When the decision was taken to move to a ‘Traded Services’ model within the Hull City Psychological Service at Hull City Council, they knew they would need support in managing this major change so they asked us here at Sycol to get involved.