Healthy relationships inside an organization start by asking the right questions.
Organizations are complex. They are populated by people whose behavior is often hard to understand and predict. Interactions among diverse-thinking individuals and groups make organizations even more complicated and, at times, much more difficult to get even the simplest things done. This is true of smaller teams or stakeholder groups. It’s also true of larger organizations, which have a bewildering array of people, ways of thinking, departments, goals, and sub cultures which often seem to bump into one another, creating conflict, tension and frustration. Sometimes these challenges can linger unaddressed for years, thus creating countless “elephants in the room” that have to be dealt with sooner or later.
We can help.
Our experienced team offers deep experience in helping diverse stakeholder groups—within individual companies or across multiple organizations—to successfully manage sensitive dynamics, have critical conversations and collaborate to reach reasonable solutions and a new common ground.
We provide Facilitation and remarkable experiences for:
- Corporate Retreats
- Board Retreats
- Strategic Planning
- Team Development
- Focus Groups
“Coraggio has been a valuable partner to Visit California. Their real-world understanding of Destination Marketing, combined with their ability to quickly understand and address nuanced industry dynamics, has added clarity and momentum to one of our most important strategic initiatives in recent years. It’s been a pleasure working with them.”
— Caroline Beteta, CEO
“As we’ve grown over the years, we’ve enjoyed working with the Coraggio team. They’ve helped us tackle a broad range of needs, including strategic planning, team and organizational dynamics and leadership development. We look forward to future projects and would gladly recommend them to others.”
— Brian Kelly, CEO
Women’s Healthcare Associates
“I have engaged Coraggio on many occasions for strategic planning, Board retreat facilitations and stakeholder engagement processes. We’ve developed a great relationship and enjoy working with them. They know the DMO space well and have done a great job for us.”
— Jeff Miller, CEO
Developing a Culture of Planning
Founded in 1909, Tillamook County Creamery Association is a dairy co-op owned by 99 farmers in Tillamook County, Oregon. Tillamook offers a variety of products: cheese, ice cream, sour cream, yogurt and butter. A very strong and distinct organizational culture has propelled the company’s 100-year existence. The new CEO realized that significant and sustainable growth required a strategic shift in thinking to realize the full potential of the brand.
The Mechanics of Innovation
The adidas Innovation Team (ait) is the advanced research, design and development arm of adidas, responsible for the future product concepts across the adidas product spectrum. Always looking for ways to improve, ait leadership wanted to examine their proven innovation process from top to bottom. This involved analyzing, documenting and redefining the mechanics of current adidas’ innovation processes.