Much as we would all like life after the Coronavirus pandemic to go back to the previous normal, a return to the old “business-as-usual” (BAU) is unlikely. In addition, the world continues to face the possibilities of social (including health), economic and environmental (including climate change) challenges.
The transformation of any business from BAU to sustainable success requires leaders and managers to look at their whole situation anew, continually refreshing their whole body of knowledge and the way they operate.
What is required is a new way to look at your and its whole situation. A Model of Sustainable Organisation (MoSO) provides that new way to view and understand an organisation’s whole situation.
This is not just any model of organisation, this is, MoSO!
To be clear, MoSO is not THE answer. Simply put, its aim, by presenting a bigger picture of organisation, is to generate broader thinking and learning to work towards sustainable success socially, economically and environmentally.
It helps an organisation continually challenge and work to better understand itself in its whole situation so that takes more effective action. MoSO can be applied at any level within a business or any organisation.
Literally look at MoSO from two points of view. Firstly, as an aid to focusing on ever-better delivery of value to customers within a wider world. Secondly, as the key to a body of modern management knowledge.
As a coach I use MoSO as a part of helping leaders and managers work out ways forward when faced with problems, mistakes and failures. MoSO’s role is to prompt questions such as: what IS happening, why is it important, why are we here and where are we going?
To find out more, arrange a free discovery session or book my Virtual Coaching 6-Pack contact me on 07831 508543 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re excited to bring to you our April eLearning resource. Take a look at what essential HR documentation you need in partnership with subject expert Hill HR Consultancy Limited. Access the free course here: http://indegu-development.co.uk/aprilmarketing/index.html#/
Welcome to our latest update on the rapidly changing world of cyber risks, including ways to reduce your risk. Just click on the link below to download the document.
If you would like additional information about any of the topics included or if there is another challenge you are facing where you need documentation or guidance, please let me know and I will do my best to help.
Did you know only 4% of businesses scale beyond 9 people and less than 1% beyond 50? We are exploring why this may be and the key challenges that arise at different stages of the ‘ScaleUp Journey’. If you are a business owner, we would appreciate your help by completing our 15-minute survey
At the Chamber, we are constantly looking at the ways we can get vital feedback from businesses and as you might know one of the key ways we collect data is through the British Chamber of Commerce Quarterly Economic Survey. The benefit of this survey is that the data is collected nationally and it is the largest business survey in the UK and as such used by the Government, Treasury and the Bank of England as part of its forecasting data. The great news is though, that we can also see and use the local data, and plot trends going back over 30 years.
Continuing with Indegu’s launch of a new range of FREE online training courses in 2021 – covering different business critical topics each month. February resource is exploring how to protect yourself and your business from email phishing scams produced in partnership with subject experts Integratech Ltd.
A copy of the resource can be accessed here
North Worcestershire based companies are invited to enter a competition to win a fantastic package of free PR support that lasts a year thanks to NWedR and North Worcestershire Business Leaders (NWBL).
Now in its fourth year, The ‘Celebrating North Worcestershire’ PR competition offers the chance to win a valuable prize which will go to 12 lucky winners. The prize includes a spotlight month in the wonderful Celebrating North Worcestershire Calendar 2022 with a dedicated company photoshoot, feature in the NWedR newsletter, social media PR campaign, an online feature in Business and Innovation magazine and your company photograph highlighted for a year on the NWedR and NWBL website photo galleries.
Jane Doyle, Communications and Engagement Officer for NWedR which is a shared service for Bromsgrove District Council, Redditch Borough Council and Wyre Forest District Council said:
“This competition is now established on our annual calendar. We love the fact that the featured photographs in the calendar say so much about the company they represent. We have again joined with NWBL to organise this competition to highlight what a natural place North Worcestershire is to do business.”
Melanie Hawkett founder of NWBL said:
“We’re pleased that local businesses look forward to the annual calendar and they always get into the spirit of creatively photographing what they are about. It’s good to know that as people work from home and are more separated from their workplaces physically, there is a little taste of their workplace spirit hanging on their wall in the form of the Celebrating North Worcestershire calendar.”
The competition is open for entries until Tuesday 4 May 2021. Entering the ‘Celebrating North Worcestershire’ competition is quick and easy. Businesses across North Worcestershire are asked to submit up to 50 words on why they think the area is an exciting and inspiring place for their business. Email your entry to email@example.com or enter online following the link https://www.nwedr.org.uk/celebrating/celebrating-north-worcestershire-calendar/get-involved/
To view the fabulous photo gallery of the 2021 Celebrating North Worcestershire calendar
To see the story of the original Celebrating North Worcestershire Business Calendar, visit YouTube NorthWorcsEDR
For more information on NWedR visit, www.nwedr.org.uk
Picture shows: February 2021 photograph on the Celebrating North Worcestershire Calendar with Bromsgrove company Bumble Hole Foods reminding us to celebrate Valentines Day this Sunday.