HOW WE CAN HELP YOU
At The Change Maker Group we believe your organisation already has the internal capability to deliver change. We help you to unlock this hidden change-making potential.
We do this by helping you build and empower teams of self-sufficient Change Makers who deliver sustainable change into the future, without long term external support.
Our Purpose is to develop Change Makers everywhere so they can change their world.
Dr Andy Hall
GP Lead for Resilience
"Over the last 3 years it has been my pleasure to work closely with many of TCMG in developing leadership courses, organisational development as well as innovative and effective solutions for primary care resilience in Wiltshire. Their team has a diverse skill mix and each member brings their own expertise to a situation.
Their sessions are fun, engaging but challenging - focussing on the issue but also bringing an impressive breadth of background knowledge to enhance the outcome."
"Working with the Change Maker Group has given the Board and senior leaders a range of insights that we couldn’t imagine. We have immediately used the learning from personal profiles to think about the way we operate as individuals and as a Board, and challenge ourselves as to how we work better together to develop our business to the next level.
Some amazing insights, so much so we are thinking about how we might use The Change Maker Profile with the whole company"
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL
"The Change Maker Group's process gave us insight into the overall balance of skills within the team and where our strengths and weaknesses are. Also, where we need to supplement the skills from outside of the Senior Leadership Team and from within the organisation and beyond if necessary.
As a result of the insight I will be more conscious of my own balance of skills and also that of the team when considering future plans and how they are implemented.
The Change Maker Group would help other Local Authority Teams to learn about themselves and provide insight into the strengths and weaknesses of their collective skills"