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    Every one of us has a significant role to play in the organisation in which we work, be it through the expression of values, the sharing of ideas or the building of projects.
    An organisation is productive if everyone is included and empowered to play a central role.

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    Leadership, collaboration, communication, listening, feedback, decision making, negotiation, and change management: These are some of the key areas that fall under the scope of “organisational behaviour.”

    Under the guidance of Wise Growth,

    • organisational behaviour can reveal itself to be a catalyst for inclusivity, but it can also reveal how some processes are exclusory, a fact that is often overlooked.
    • by reflecting on these issues from a D&I perspective, it is possible to train workers in a way that is conducive to more effective organisational practices.

     

    Our training courses aim to make individuals aware of their own organisational behaviour so that they can discern alternative paths and see how they might achieve change.

    Teaching people to understand, recognised and modify their organisational behaviour is indispensable for the dissemination of a respectful and productive culture.

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    Example

    Intercultural coaching allows people to spot the mistakes they make on a daily basis and broaden the scope of their vision.

    Wise Growth came in to deal with a particular situation that arose in the wake of a whistle-blower’s reporting of misconduct.

    The perpetrator of the misconduct was an Italian manager posted to an office in England. By reconstructing the facts of the case in the course of a programme of coaching involving the person concerned, it became clear that patterns of behaviour originating in an Italian setting were incompatible with the English context.

    The coaching helped the person concerned to understand the importance of allowing for the cultural differences prevailing in the new context and to modulate their behaviour accordingly.