Leaders think a lot; in fact they do little else. But they sometimes have little time to step back and take a wider view. They're too busy doing things to consider the future; alternative ways ahead; new ways of doing things; interesting but left-field ideas; revisiting basic principles and objectives. And given the areas leaders cover - from people to products, from numbers to new technology - they'd need 48 hours in a day.
Our clients expect Crelos to help them with this problem. Crelos staff think about people. We study, keep up with latest thinking and learn from experience. We're experts and are driven by the need to apply and share our knowledge. We act as a people lab for leaders.
This web site can't replicate the excitement of a no-holds-barred discussion between Crelos and a client which generates a future-transforming idea. We'll have to talk for that. But we can give you the trailer of the main feature through our articles and opinion pieces.
Alison Gill, CEO
"We live in a time when change has become a constant part of UK plc, yet mastery of change leadership remains under developed with 75% of major organizational change projects failing to deliver the predicted organizational benefits. To become expert in anything requires purposeful practice. When I think back to my days as an athlete, I think of the practice required to become expert. You work to develop skills so that those skills become automatic. Your actions on a daily basis are purposeful and goal directed. It is this that gives you the confidence to operate at the edge of your ability and that is the mastery of change."