Every project we do is custom work. Generally speaking, we set to work as follows:
We conduct a survey called ‘The Context Indicator®’ across all levels of your team or organisation. After only a few weeks, you will obtain the results of our ‘The Context Factor®’ rating on the various elements we have examined in a clearly formulated and easy-to-understand report.
The next step is to jointly draw conclusions during a presentation; first to our customer, and subsequently to the team or management team. We will identify the strengths of the organisation, pinpointing any sore spots we come across. Based on this, it is easier to determine your ambitions and how you want to focus on achieving these.
In Context Sessions, we will work together with the employees and the management on achieving the organisation’s ambition to increase The Context Factor®.
The survey can be used as a tool to set a benchmark by making a baseline or baseline + 1 measurement. After Step 2, we run a check among the stakeholders: are the results correct, or is there a discrepancy between the perceptions held by the employees and the management and that of the stakeholders?
PIP Advice of the Twente University of Technology has validated the scientific grounds for every element of The Context Indicator® (2016). The elements of the survey related to Commitment and Dedication have also been validated by Leiden University (2012).