We love finding the connections between problems, activities and behaviours within organisations and see the world as highly interrelated. What motivate us is creating innovative solutions that make a difference to individuals and organisations.
The way people are led and managed are key to an organisation’s success. We help bridge the gaps in knowledge and expertise within the organisation. Helping leaders develop their own learning. Creating an environment for them to reflect and adapt. At Inclusive Cultures, we believe in delivering what organisations need and giving leaders the best solution for them and their teams
Underlying everything Inclusive Cultures does is a core belief.
For organisations to be successful managers must first create an environment in which people know what is expected of them. And have the support they require and are given great feedback on their performance.
Such a culture enables your people to perform in a way that will delight customers and build successful organisations.
Focusing on the human aspects of embedding change, Inclusive Cultures works with people at all levels in your organisation. Quickly understanding the drivers, hurdles and walls that exist for people and help identify solutions to overcome them.
Our creative approach involves looking at your organisation as a complete system and developing solutions that are systemic in nature. In our experience, solutions that address only part of the organisation will fail to deliver the expected results. Our aim is to understand your organisation’s strengths and how managers and people respond to change before developing solutions to meet your unique needs.
Adam is a specialist in connecting the physical, technological and behavioural elements of the workplace to build great employee experiences.
A diverse background in roles across the retail, government, IT and financial services sectors equips Adam to deliver solutions that guide organisations through transformation and change.
Adam is a Leesman Advanced Practitioner and Denison Organisational Culture certified. He is also qualified in Spiral Dynamics, FIRO-B and is an NLP Master Practitioner.
Adam describes himself as a gastronaut on a journey to discover great food and wine.
Anne started her career with John Lewis Partnership leading and developing large teams across retail shops and head office. Anne played an integral role as a co-owner of the Partnership, serving on the Partnership Council for eight years. Council shares responsibility for the health of the Partnership and entrusts management of the Partnership to the Partnership Board.
Anne has served as a trustee for the Golden Jubilee Trust charity. She also spent a year as a Business Connector working with Business in the Community. Bringing her commercial expertise to create sustainable partnerships between communities and businesses. Anne’s focus was to create lasting relationships that supported employment, education and enterprise.
Anne has worked on a variety of large scale workplace transformation projects across the retail and financial services sector. Helping leaders and teams adopt new ways of working and change behaviours. Working with the Property and Real Estate teams of some of the UK largest organisations gives Anne a unique understanding of the workplace.