Vestlandet Challenge – Incentive Event – Case Study
A group of salespeople from a leading CRM supplier won an internal sales contest, and their reward was a surprise trip to beautiful Vestlandet in Norway. The client wanted the event to be something truly special and took in Green Hat People to design the game elements to deliver a fun, interactive experience that would build rapport among the team.
What Are Core Values and Why Are They Critical to Your Organisation
The importance of core values cannot be underestimated. However, as important as defining them is implementing them successfully. If delivered effectively, you can influence employee attitudes and create a positive working environment that improves the customer experience.
M&A – How to Merge Two Cultures
Mergers and acquisitions are a critical time in the development of any organisation. According to the Harvard Business Review, studies indicate that the failure rate of mergers and acquisitions lies somewhere between 70% and 90%. One of the key contributors towards these sobering statistics is a lack of attention to the merger of company cultures.
How games influence employees’ learning potential
According to an MIT study, the best performing teams are ones that talk together in groups and have individual conversations on the side. But it can be difficult to encourage new employees to talk openly, so team learning through games can break those barriers and get people talking in meaningful ways.
Don’t spend any more money on employee training until you have read this ….
Training is phenomenally expensive when it doesn’t make a difference to your company’s performance.
If training your employees in the most cost effective way possible is an absolute must, then this article from Forbes makes compelling reading. Information overload is a modern training dilemma as people’s attention spans have decreased.
How to Change Business Culture, Values & Behaviours
What comes first the culture or the behaviour? Just like the chicken and egg dilemma, trying to change a business’ culture can seem like trying to turn a tanker around at sea. Changing behaviour often seems as impossible, because of the influence of the culture bearing down. So where to begin, culture or behaviour?