Organizational Development

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Organizational Development

Often, people who start care organizations begin with a simple desire to help others. While a service orientation is noble and necessary in caregiving, in order for an organization to grow, there must be a unifying sense of direction and purpose among employees.

Healthcare Workforce Consulting Packages»

We developed these one-day consultation packages to suit the needs of organizations seeking our assistance.

Caregiving Kinetics helps care organizations create and refine a unifying sense of direction and purpose through our organizational development services.

These services include:

Mission, Vision, Values Development – we facilitate the creation of mission, vision, and values statements for new care organizations. We also assist in the review and revision of mission, vision, and values statements for existing care organizations. Our process challenges leaders to intensively think and accurately articulate the guiding principles of the organization. The affirmative statements that come from our work promote a unified focus and aspirational goals for all stakeholders.

Organizational Culture Consulting – culture has a significant impact on the morale of employees and the performance of any organization. As caregiving organizational consultants, we study the culture of our client’s organization. We share findings and recommendations with leaders who wish to understand and influence organizational culture as a way of improving morale and performance.

Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, Threat (SWOT) Analysis – we conduct SWOT analyses for care organizations by engaging stakeholders in an honest discussion reviewing organizational capabilities and the external environment. Strategies for growth emerge and are developed in accordance with the SWOT Analysis. Our focus group consulting can serve as a great identifier within a SWOT analysis, as well.

As part of our caregiving organizational development services, we bring insights not only from practical experience but also from the scientific study of organizational leadership, culture, and change.