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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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Sainsbury’s

Challenge: When Justin King took over as CEO of Sainsbury’s, he swiftly identified as a top priority the need to grow the next generation of leaders from within. Solution: Mind Gym augmented Sainsbury’s own “Aspire” programme, inviting this top talent pool to attend a programme of “Wednesday Workouts”, focusing on: Performance: driving the pool to higher performance Ambition: developing their...
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NET-A-PORTER

Challenge: NET-A-PORTER had grown by bringing in fresh, dynamic individuals and promoting them as the business grew. This meant that management style was both inconsistent and, on occasions, less than ideal. Chairman, Natalie Massenet and her leadership team knew that they could only continue their pace of growth with a strong, confident and competent team of managers across the business....
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O2

Challenge: O2 Retail had gained market dominance through intelligent product mix and inspired brand positioning. But in a turbulent economic environment, where customers have ever more choice, the business could not become complacent or stand still. Instead, O2 set stretching targets to grow revenue, delight customers, engage employees and stay ahead of the competition. O2 identified the retail management population as a key lever to...
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Currys

Challenge: Currys, a major UK retailer, needed to retain motivation, sustain performance and reduce voluntary turnover, all while reducing the number of roles by 40%. Solution: At the heart of the solution was putting people back in charge of their future. The leaders of the Logistics Division were offered a series of 90-minute Workouts that focused on personal career development:...
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