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The New Competitive Advantage

Relational Capacity

How you relate will significantly help your organisation effectively navigate and thrive in a world of uncertainty and change.

Organisations are increasingly challenged by​

Changing needs of the  workforce​

Technology & Artificial Intelligence​

The persistent global challenge of permacrisis 

People want to bring their whole self to work, have meaning and purpose, to belong, and have different relationships with hierarchical organisational structures. Organisations need relational processes if they are to attract and retain talent.​

50% of what your workforce currently do in their day will be done by tech & AI.  To stay ahead you need to pay attention to the quality of the way your workforce relate to each other and the market if you are to survive and thrive.​

As a result organisations are required to respond immediately, meaning teams need more effective ways to find psychological safety in order to navigate the change and move at speed.​

Failure to prioritise the quality of relating keeps everyone stuck​

This reduces

  • Adaptability

  • Creativity​

  • Morale

  • Productivity​

Resulting in

  • Defensiveness and resistance to new ideas

  • Failure to share ideas, offer feedback and work collaboratively​

  • High levels of stress, depression, burnout and isolation leading to poor staff retention and rising mental health costs​

  • Breakdown in communication leading to increased errors and siloed teams and individuals

Building Relational Capacity is your key to more adaptable, capable and connected teams

Teams with purpose, meaning, improved mental health and wellbeing, pull together when the going gets tough and move to sieze market opportunities

Based on cutting edge neuroscience ​

We have created a practical and methodical approach helping you understand where you are on the journey and how to integrate relational capacity at an individual, team and organisational level.

Our approach includes what we call the 3 P’s
  • Principles: The guiding standards individuals, teams and organisations follow to foster trust, respect and psychological safety

  • Practices: Individual practices to develop your ability to self-regulate, understand others and connect with the relational space

  • Processes: Organisational processes for embedding the relational principles and build relational capacity as a natural part of day to day work

Want to learn more?​

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Applying the principles of Relational Capacity has really worked for us. The model has clearly been created by people who understand the complexity of humans and organisations.

Founder and Managing Director, Software Industry, UK

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