Scope of services provided by One Associates

We provide attractive contents and facilitation in high demand and consultation services, to understand the issues of the organization and positions of subject staff, through dialogue.

Create agility and flexibility towards change, working with the knowledge, emotions and intents of people.
Realize a new way of collaboration, leading to innovation, bringing out the potential in each person.

Adaptability to change

Developing individuals highly adaptable to change

We handle the following types of needs:

  • Chaos arises, as employees will not proactively take on transformation, and consider it to be someone else’s job.
  • While the work flow and organizational structure has changed, there is no change in the awareness of thinking of employees, as behavior remains as it was before.

Leading organizational transformation

We handle the following types of needs:

  • In order to create a unified awareness towards transformation, in the team, you have to be able to discuss the vision.
  • In order to lead transformation, you need to learn a common language of the team, to know which steps to take.

Culture and Behavioral Patterns of Empowered Organizations

Developing empowerment leaders

We handle the following types of needs:

  • You need to learn knowledge related to management and skills sought for from a manager.
  • In order to get your staff moving in the same direction and unified in their awareness, you need to understand what actions are required.

Developing self-reliant and self-disciplined individuals

We handle the following types of needs:

  • You need a behavior model for changing from waiting for instructions, to thinking and acting on their own.
  • When working in a global environment, you need to be able to acquire, on your own, the thinking and actions required to do so.

Fostering corporate culture

We handle the following types of needs:

  • In order to speed up adaptability to change, you need to recognize the differences with others, creating collaborative relationships.
  • There is a sense of not being able to mutually say what needs to be said, where they are not functioning as a team.