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The way your employees think, feel and behave makes a big difference. Here’s how Mind Gym has helped companies change the minds of their employees.

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Thomson Reuters

Challenge: Thomson Reuters is world-serving company with 50,000 employees in over 100 countries. While continuing to grow at a fast rate, the media giant found that such growth had led to issues of integration, inconsistency and engagement. Solution: Powered by Mind Gym, Thomson Reuters implemented a global initiative that would equip 7,000 first-line managers with fundamental people management skills to help drive...
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British Gas

Challenge: Prior to the formation of “One British Gas”, many of the business areas operated in a decentralised way. A lack of engaging internal communication had left employees confused and misaligned and engagement scores were flat-lining. The leadership team was determined to engage their 28,000 employees so they understood where the business is going, felt proud to be part of...
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Vodafone

Challenge: Intensifying competition and a rapidly changing marketplace meant that increasing leadership capability was a global priority for this multinational mobile network operator. The Global Finance division wanted to ensure that more employees than ever before were suggested for the prestigious group-wide talent programme. They needed to locate and develop their leaders so they were better equipped to lead Vodafone...
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Thames Water

Challenge: One of the UK’s largest utility companies was languishing towards the bottom of its industry’s customer service rankings. Mind Gym’s action research revealed that people were twice as likely to blame the organisation (aka “everyone else”) than take responsibility themselves. Solution: A six-month programme was set up for line managers, colleagues in the field (usually rugged engineers), contact centres and contractors,...
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