Grow or change
Your company is growing. You professionalize and notice that the organization chart of your company should be adjusted. New management layers become necessary, positions and tasks change. The current staff should be retained and new staff needs to be attracted. The question rises, how do we create a year-round solid team, despite all the seasonal influences? What can you do for successful organization development within your company?
Organizational development in horticulture
While organizations are developing, for instance following a merger or a change of crops, it is useful to formulate a clear company vision and publicize this, along with supporting defined strategies. It is important to include the right people in this process to successfully implement the organizational changes you aim for. With our years of horticultural experience, both practical and in the role of trainer and strategic thinker, we provide you with fresh insights to ensure a constructive process.
From disappearing markets and restricted human operations because of Covid-19, to the impact of the energy crises that changed organizations. From crop viruses and a labor shortage, to the possibilities that technological developments provide. We continuously face changes; how do you evolve your company and employees along the way?
We use coaching and training as instruments to ensure knowledge, communication, leadership, change management, onboarding and team building. By actively engaging and empowering employees from all levels in the company, we support the process of professionalization and development that are necessary to meet the growth potential of your company.
The people are your capital and it is important to include them in the process of growth and developments. Beanstalk helps guide your employees through this change.
New knowledge and skills are provided and learned through coaching and training.
Are you curious about the ways you can transform your company into a self-learning future-proof organization? We will gladly share with you! Let’s have a cup of coffee then.