Transform Your Business from the Inside Out with Organisational Psychotherapy

Transform Your Business from the Inside Out with Organisational Psychotherapy

In Organisational Psychotherapy, we define business culture as the collective assumptions and beliefs shared across all members of an organisation, such as a company or business firm. These assumptions and beliefs are often unconscious and can significantly impact the success of an organisation. Business culture is the intangible fabric that holds the organisation together, shaping decisions, policies, and behaviours.

A strong business culture can lead to a more productive and innovative workforce, while a weak or negative culture can lead to low morale, high turnover, and poor performance. Changing business culture is a complex and challenging process that requires a deep understanding of the existing culture and the drivers of change. This is where organisational psychotherapy comes in.

Organisational psychotherapy is a way of transforming business culture through a collaborative process that involves all members of the organisation. It combines insights from psychology, neuroscience, and organisational development to facilitate sustainable change. The process involves understanding the underlying shared assumptions and beliefs that drive behaviours, examining the impact of these beliefs on the organisation, and developing new beliefs and behaviours that support the desired outcomes.

Organisational psychotherapy provides a safe and supportive environment for people to explore and change their collective beliefs and behaviours. By engaging everyone in the organisation, it helps to build a more cohesive and collaborative culture that fosters innovation and creativity.

In conclusion, one promising approach to changing the culture of a business is through the use of organisational psychotherapy, a process that can help to transform an organisation from the inside out.

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