New Ways of Working & Strategic Planning
What does the future hold for your organisation? Our New Ways of Working program engages staff and leaders to help re-design their future. This help realign initiatives, engage staff, and provide purpose during uncertain times.
Remote Risk & Ergonomic Assessments
Our specialist psychologists and Human Factors specialists can conduct remote risk assessments of working from home arrangements. This holistic approach examines the physical environment as well as considers how individuals and teams organise themselves, communicate, and engage.
Opposite design bespoke online workshops for a variety of topics including: well-being, employee engagement, risk assessments, strategic planning, data gathering and investigations. These sessions are designed specifically to suit the customer’s needs, using online platforms and expert facilitators who engage the hearts and minds of the participants.
Online Well-Being Support
Well-being and resilience are fast becoming the most important aspects of our working lives. Complex and challenging environments mean that employees and leaders can feel overwhelmed and they can lose focus. We have developed programs that are designed to coach and motivate employees whilst also helping with common problems associated with stress and disengagement. These programs can be 1:1 sessions and / or team-based programs.
Edge Of Excellence Group
Below is our first webinar with our experts:
Government Engagement & Strategy
Dr. Nicholas Duck
Associate Professor Simon Moss
Charles Darwin University
Strategy & Branding
Behavioural Modelling Research
2nd Order Change
Dr Gemma Read
University of The Sunshine Coast
Adapting Or Evolving During COVID-19
A discussion and Q&A with professionals in Psychology, Human Factors, Strategy, Systems-Thinking and User-Experience
Virtual Consultancy Success Stories
New Ways of Working
Working in the public transport sector, Opposite developed a new ways of working assessment that allowed over 100 employees to reimagine the future of work. Employees were invited to explore a visual board with a transport theme, where they selected from series of future state options that presented various scenarios that might emerge after COVID-19.
However, the approach was intentionally broader than the crisis. It allowed for employees to express their views about the physical environment, talent sourcing, culture, and methods of collaboration.