Most people will admit that success and failure in the business context seem to be linked to human behaviour; in other words, what people do, how they do it, and why they do it. However, leaders tend to focus on the consequences of organisational actions—successes and failures—often without considering the multiple underlying human motivational factors that lead to these outcomes. Unfortunately, this narrow focus often hampers leaders’ ability to predict or influence the results of their strategic and operational plans and actions.
KDVI’s psychodynamic-systemic approach to organisational intervention identifies challenges and issues at the business level, and in addition, draws attention to the deeper sources of energy and motivational forces that give impetus to, or create inertia against, human actions in organisations.
In other words, we work with people in a holistic way, within their specific business context.
The outcome of a psychodynamic-systemic intervention is pragmatic and measureable:
At all levels, it is a way to create organisations that are flexible, sustainable and ultimately, great and dynamic places to work.