In a complex, post-pandemic world, the need for smart tools to support individuals, teams and organisations is stronger than ever. Our digital offerings include rich learning content, ‘reach the hard to reach’ tools and wellbeing and performance support for everyone.
Our programmes are enabled and enhanced through the use of digital tools and systems. In many leadership interventions we will use psychometrics, including Hogan, MBTI and Emotional Intelligence Profiling. In other instances we’ll bring specialists in to work with us on SharePoint development, web-app creation and other technical needs.
However, the real jewels here are our three digital tools. We developed them ourselves over the last five years, in response to a range of needs that we’ve seen emerge in the last decade. We use them to fuel our work. To add more depth and personalisation to what we do. And to ensure that what we do continues to engage, long after our initial work is done.
We built Kachow as a solution to hearing the voice of the hard to reach. It’s a super-simple tool that uses an app to ask employees short question sets. It’s perfect for supporting things like values and behaviours roll-outs, for taking the organisational temperature during change, and for ensuring leadership teams that have been on our programmes have ongoing feedback from their people, to assess their impact and steer changes.
Kachow is great for organisations that don’t have everyone sitting in front of their computer (that’s approximately 50% of the workforce). Because it’s app based, people can complete it when-ever they like, and they can track their progress through the surveys.
We use Kachow for many of our culture audits, where it gives us the data that underscores our wider research. Often, after the work has finished, organisations will use it to monitor engagement and see how the changes made because of the audit are landing.
Teams are finding it increasingly difficult to remain connected and engaged. More worryingly, individual wellbeing is under pressure like never before. Motivation and health are suffering. Tuddl scoops up these challenges and provides a team-based solution that uses the power of the collective to keep people included, focused, productive and well.
It’s an app, but it’s also a powerful system that analyses user data to provide short, easy actions and nudges to keep people moving in the right direction. It creates a steady cadence of check-ins, votes and action phases that provides team leaders with the right data and activity to keep the team on track, and gives the individual access to a whole heap of content that provides practical ideas for areas such as emotional and physiological wellbeing, motivation, focus and personal growth.
For organisations, it’s a one-stop-shop to provide people with support, and to draw all your other resources in this area together. It also provides a heatmap overview of the organisation – highlighting where the key wellbeing and performance factors are rising or dropping (whilst never sharing any individual’s data).
It’s a programme, it’s a book… and it’s an app. The Bank of Me is our encapsulating concept for individual wellbeing at work. The thinking and structure behind it has supported the creation of Tuddl, and has been used with countless teams across the world to provide practical ideas on how individuals can live more balanced, healthy professional lives.
A number of our programmes and workshops are available as on-demand resources – featuring videos, worksheets, activities and a mix or media to bring to life the topics that we cover as part of our work with teams and individuals.
We offer them as either stand alone modules, or as a series that explores topics such as emotional management, conflict handling, responses to change and flex working. For companies wanting a learning solution for their employees, we can both create curated environments with our content, and add in specific modules and subjects as needed.
Our SourceCode site is constantly evolving with new content and interactive elements that help embed our wider programmes with ‘keep going’ material and ongoing support to help turn learning into long-term change.