TIMA CONSULTING LIMITED
"The acquisition of knowledge alone does not deliver value to the organisation.
"Improvement in performance requires behaviour change. Value is realised when people do things differently."
Human-Social factors influence behaviour and ultimately the contribution that an individual makes to the organisation.
An individual’s contribution is not only influenced by their capability but by their motivation, focus of attention and disposition towards both co-workers and the organisation.
Tima Consulting understands the humansocial factors that influence an individual’s performance and the approach that can be applied to optimise individual and team outcomes.
Understanding human-social factors and their application leads to improved individual and team performance in areas such as: • The degree and style of motivation. • Preparedness to invest in change. • Preparedness to assist other team members. • Minimisation of ‘social loafing’.
From our experience companies who have fully engaged with our solutions and programmes have experienced measureable improvements in; • absenteeism. • conflict. • engagement scores. • productivity.
Work Place Review
The purpose of a workplace review is to establish a clear understanding of an organisation’s goals, the relevant workplace history and the current workplace environment.
The workplace review involves face to face, structured interviews with small groups spanning the workplace. It is this personal and direct approach that allows the review to penetrate beyond the limits of conventional surveys and to get to the heart of the workplace dynamics.
The approach taken allows the delivery team to demonstrate their understanding and empathy with employees, facilitating both the employees’ openness in communicating workplace issues and gaining their support for the proposed esCollate implementation and change programme Transformational Work Practices ( TWP).
Transformational Work Practices – TWP
An effective approach that delivers clear, practical strategies for improving individual, team and organisational performance.
The Transformational Work Practices ( TWP) programme provides leaders with the insight, communication skills and strategies they need to effectively manage the transformation of work teams towards performance and learning.
In particular, the TWP programme focuses on identifying specific behaviours that require attention, introducing the human-social factors that drive those behaviours and developing a plan for change. Coaching support is provided to generate confidence in applying new strategies.
The TWP programme will provide leaders with: • Improved communication skills. • An understanding of relevant human-social
factors and strategies for their use. • A clear view of current and preferred
organisational performance. • A plan for applying new skills and strategies. • On-going coaching to support and optimise
the new techniques.
A typical TWP programme would cover a number of modules, including: • Introduction to human-social factors • Motivation in the workplace • Front line communication • Social influence and its use in communication • Control gradients and the role they play in