Arcadia is a professional services consultancy specialising in the design and delivery of sustainable change solutions.
We know that the adoption of new behaviours and ways of working means a critical focus on the motivation and engagement of the whole organisation. Unfortunately, too often the emphasis centres on “what” the organisation is trying to achieve rather than “why” or “how”.
We work with clients to establish a change architecture, nurturing the mindset, skills and behaviours needed by those leading and managing the business, as well as interventions to engage teams and inspire new ways of working.
One simple desire drives our work – to inspire high performance and help organisations and their people be the best they can possibly be.
Arcadia Consulting and its partners have engaged with clients in many industries and countries. Our work is focussed on these key areas:
“It’s a great pleasure working with Arcadia. If you’re looking for something or someone to take your performance to the next level, be it individually or for a team, then look no further than Arcadia.
My only regret is that I didn’t start working with them sooner”
Operations Director, RBS Group
We're architects of change: excellent at transformational change and enhancing the performance of both organisations and individuals.
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Over the past few months we have had the privilege of working with the Friends of the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment to support them in the delivery of a unique fundraising event.
There is a great deal of new knowledge about the way that teams operate, not only from the field of psychology but also from anthropology and neuroscience. In these fields there have been major advances due to breakthroughs in technology.
Reading the UK papers last week, it would be easy to conclude that trust in British institutions may have fallen to an all time low. As the latest furor over banking bonuses was dying down, the Ellison report into potential corruption and the role of undercover police in the Stephen Lawrence murder inquiry, took the issue of trust right back onto the front page.
One of our core values at Arcadia is about giving back to society, and for the past few weeks Arcadia has been working behind the scenes with friend and wildlife artist Adam Binder in preparing for this event.
Our client, a professional services organisation had just merged two of its largest and most well established divisions. The integration was tough and a pulse survey revealed that people were finding it hard to make the transition to the new world.
Our client was one of the world’s largest universal banks. It needed to rebuild its management and leadership capability in order to meet a myriad of business, regulatory and cost challenges.