In June, I spoke about preserving mana and dignity, alongside the Harkness Henry employment team. The topic was navigating restructure, redeployment, and redundancy. For those who were unable… Read more ›
discover. build. connect.
People Strategy and Culture
“THE OAK STANDS TODAY
BECAUSE A SEED WAS PLANTED YEARS BEFORE.”
Our biggest strength at Stapleton Consulting is our ability to step into the shoes of you and your people, and to see the employment journey from all sides.
Creating cultures that connect
Your culture is the essence of who you are – as a team, a workplace, and a business, and it plays an incredibly important role in keeping people engaged and on your team for longer. It’s the sum of the little actions and interactions between people and teams that happen over a long time.
A successful culture is built around a common purpose (your why) and shared values. We help businesses understand their why, and design and build cultures that connect, inspire and engage.
Building great employment journeys
People’s experience of your organisation matters. It can build or torpedo your reputation as an employer, and have a significant impact on the talent you attract.
So we dig deep to understand their experience – from recruitment, to onboarding, to their ongoing development – and how this journey impacts their engagement and retention.
We look for unique and fresh ways to design and build better employment journeys that help you keep people in their roles for longer – with succession plans in place to keep your organisation humming if they ever decide to move on.
HR Discovery Audit
Our HR Discovery Audit is a tool that helps your organisation compare the employment journey with your business priorities, and plan for how to attract, select, develop and retain great talent.
Retaining employees isn’t just important because it’s a hassle to onboard new ones. Good long-term employees are a major asset, because they carry not just experience in their roles, but a wealth of institutional knowledge and a deep understanding of all the parts of your organisation.
Through a process of investigation and interviews, we take a thorough look at your current employment journey and identify opportunities that can improve your employee retention.
If your business goals will involve growing your team, it’s important to understand this before you start advertising on the job sites. Where will the people come from? How will you develop and keep them? What makes you different from your competitors?
And how will you replace them if and when they do move on?
Very few things in business work well without a plan;
growing and keeping an amazing team is no exception.
Work in action
For many employers and employees alike, finding good candidates and great jobs that will last can be like being a single 30 something trying to find a partner on tinder or bumble. There is… Read more ›
And the ideal solutions to your business problems Vaccination policies will need a once over and consideration as to whether they are required, and more importantly checking if they are in fact… Read more ›
As I reflect on the year that has been, it seems again we have a year of 2 parts: before August and after August. Or otherwise known as before Delta, and after. Lockdowns have frustrated many since… Read more ›
Do you like you are the only one feeling overloaded by all the employment changes? I’m here to give you comfort in knowing that you are not. Many clients our team are working with are feeling… Read more ›
When you recruit and employ a new person for your team, you are changing the way your team will work together and the culture. If this new person is coming in to fill a vacancy, this signals that… Read more ›
HR resources at your fingertips
Are you missing the forest for the trees?
If you’re looking for a strategic, driven, and energetic HR consultancy to help you see the big picture, as well as take care of the day-to-day, you’re at the right place.
Our welcoming and professional team is ready for an intriguing and thoughtful conversation about your HR challenges – are you?