When half of your expenses are people-related costs,
a strong people strategy is critical to the success of any business change.
A Strategic Approach to Human Resources
Without a strong people strategy, companies struggle to navigate periods of change. Change Management is supports individuals and organizations through transition, whether it is rapid growth, relocation or consolidation. It gives your people the tools and processes they need to achieve their goals.
Resistance to change is both rational and predictable, but if you are trying to make a significant change in your business, the degree to which your people adopt and implement that change will make the difference between success and failure.
Our objective is to help you create sustainable change for long-term success. We’ll not only assess your company and develop a strategy for you to achieve your goals, but we’ll stay with you through implementation and knowledge transfer.
Why Red Clover?
We offer large-scale, corporate Human Resources experience that’s accessible to smaller organizations.
We roll up our sleeves and work with you to achieve your most challenging change plans.
Our goal is to leave your organization with the knowledge to continue successfully and independently of a consulting partner.
We bring a different perspective to the conversation: one that can help you see the problem, and the change plan, a little differently.
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Leadership Development and MBTI®
This project was part of a corporate leadership development program for hi potential talent and brought together about 50 senior professionals from over a dozen countries and across all company functions. Many of them were meeting for the first time and would be working together as part of a virtual project team over the next 12 months. Our goal during the initial session, which was partnered with a major European educational institution, was to quickly establish high performing teams and help them decide on their ways of working and define the team culture that would support them during the year.
Scaling for growth.
We worked with this ambitious SaaS startup to accelerate their hiring plan to meet growth targets. We started by defining the overall recruiting process in the context of their organization culture. We also helped them select an applicant tracking system that fit their needs and budget. After implementation and training their line managers in behavioral interview techniques, they were able to accelerate the recruiting process and utilize their HR people more efficiently. As a result, they grew three-fold in less than a year.