At birdsoup, our aim is to help organisations get the best out of every single employee.
If the research is to be believed, diverse teams create more, and the output is better.
We’re not going to argue with that.
However, we also know that we have not reached equality in the workplace yet and diversity is something that many businesses are trying to address, but are not doing that well.
It is still the case that different groups of people need different types of help to thrive in the current working landscape. Mothers and parents, first-time employees, older employees – all of these groups struggle at times to navigate the system.
We too often hear how particular teams are not thriving, the female pipeline has ground to a halt or how all the young people are impossible to manage.
We have listened and we have responded.
Our workshops, courses and programmes are designed to meet the needs of every organisation and their employees. All of them are solution-focused, practical and ambitious. We want to help companies’ act and effect real change. Bring on the workplace revolution!
“19% of women feel gender has negatively affected their morale at work”
Advertising’s lack of diversity stifles creativity.
Lack of diversity means marketing is no longer a destination career
We create on-going programmes aimed at shifting the behaviour of different groups, in the name of diversity.
We believe that coaching should be solution-focused and lead to long-lasting behaviour change.
We don’t want to just see an improvement in the training room but a measurable, significant shift.
“Through this process I have found out a lot about myself and what motivates me in life and in work…”
“The ability to see beyond the obvious and to listen for what has not been said, has resulted in a number of real breakthroughs for the business.”
“Unlike other training and personal development processes, our company found this to be thought provoking and challenging. Together we were able to address issues in relation to the culture of our company which helped us move forward with a shared ambition for the future”