Our services are focussed on converting strategic initiatives into reality. Whether they are scaling for success, building organisational capability, devising complex processes or redesigning new and meaningful ways of working, No 8 Consulting can assist.
We work with the science and art of change.
From the technical process of defining and assessing and implementing change through to the art of anticipating and working very practically with the human reactions and responses to change.
We examine, provide technical advice and devise strategy to clients looking to understand the implications, impacts and steps involved in making wholesale changes to their business or to enact their strategic initiatives.
We ensure that you understand the issues, risks and steps associated with a business transformation. We can then manage the change process on your behalf or work alongside your senior stakeholders.
Facilitation services spans architects of strategic planning and expert delivery, to expert leadership and change capability building, through to core skills building via group sessions or individual coaching and mentoring.
What Our Clients Says
Emma’s expert advice and facilitation of numerous workshops assisted us greatly to understand the true impact of the change being considered and also providing guidance with expert planning and strategies for the change implementation.
What I liked best about Emma’s work was that she always clearly documented a proposed process, then gathered the relevant stakeholders to gain input. This made the change process easy to understand and predictable.
Emma and I worked together conducting a feasibility study for a client into a major change management project. Emma has the ability to engage with complex concepts/processes and form them into a strategically sound change management strategy. Emma was easy to work with and well received by all.
Over the feasibility study period Emma, has displayed a very practical approach to the development of strategy associated with Change Management, Communications and Industrial and Human Relations, both from a strategy and detailed planning perspective.