Business agility is achieved through personal, team and organisational agility
Personal agility is achieved when people thrive through a common purpose, autonomy, mental resources and ability to change
Organisational agility is achieved when leaders provide a purpose-driven culture in which people and teams thrive
In the modern workplace, the rate of change, complexity, ambiguity and uncertainty, leaves many people in a hyper-activated and less productive state. People’s mental resources are affected by the work environment and vice versa. Hence, agility and thriving is a joint effort.
What we do
Our products and services empower people and organisations with objective data and learning; to build habits that promote agility and thriving.
Use objective data to increase awareness of the most impactful behaviour changes for thriving and agility, in your people and organisation.
Learn how to develop organisational competencies while increasing agility and well-being, through applied knowledge from neuropsychology and physiology.
Embed and sustain the new behaviours in the way that people work through the formation of habits, applied learning and objective on-going measurements.
We objectively measure the impact of daily behaviour on well-being and effectiveness.
We provide on-site facilitated workshops and community based, on-line learning.
We provide on-going measurements of the impact that the new habits are having.
We combine our products and services into co-created, tailor-made programmes that are used for talent & leadership development, leading business agility and well-being.
Empowering great people to increase their impact, is what makes us at Manpremo thrive. Here are some examples of how our services have helped great people and organisations become better, together.
Developing Leadership Competencies & Wellbeing
Coloplast, wanted to develop their talent’s leadership competencies and current performance.
We co-created a 14 month applied L+D Programme to enable groups of talents to form new habits.
One set of habits improved their leadership competencies (such as influence and providing/receiving feedback).
One set of habits improved their well-being and management of mental resources.
Project manager with new habits that reduced stress
An engaged project manager, experienced high stress and decreased well-being. She had trouble sleeping, issues being present and felt less effective at work.
“I now remember what other people are saying in meetings. I respond more thoughtfully. My friend says that I act and look different”
Leadership team with a new meeting culture
A leadership team needed to accelerate their adoption of new regulations and standards.
We tailored a Development Programme that enabled the mindset and behaviours, required for their new way of working. As part of the programme, the team developed the capacity and capability to change.
“Awareness of the importance of recovery at work became the key to changing our meeting culture”
Thriving at work
Coloplast wanted to help their people sustain high performance, while they developed new leadership competencies
Using our Body & Behaviour Assessment and HRV data, we supported people in discovering their optimal way, to obtain effective sleep, day time recovery and exercise.
We supported the participants in forming habits and re-measuring the impact that these habits were having on their well-being and performance.
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Be At Your Best is for people interested in creating sustainable productivity. For the individual, we cover personal leadership and how to build effective behaviour, to support your desired outcomes. For the organisation, we cover how to create work environments, which enable people to grow, develop and stay productive, without negatively impacting their health.