Hyland Global Services was looking to kick off 2020 with a global initiative to unite its 800+ employees around a common goal. The leadership team knew that this initiative needed to be employee centered. However, the nature of the services business is that day-to-day operations typically take precedence over professional development. Consequently, it is difficult to carve out time to promote learning amongst employees. Hyland hoped that Switch would be able to facilitate outcomes that revolved around embracing and developing a learning culture.
How do you get a team of high performing experts collaborating together quickly and efficiently? By helping them speak the same language. The Cleveland Clinic Health System was expanding its footprint in the Florida region. It had acquired three regional hospitals and was in the early stages of integrating them into the larger Cleveland Clinic infrastructure. We helped senior leadership quickly become “Better Together.”
In this time-crunched, multitasking world, we try to squeeze as much as we can into every activity. When it comes to operating a vehicle, distracted driving is incredibly dangerous, both to us and those around us. We’ve all heard the horror stories. Good people have died, and good people have killed because of distracted driving. Chances are you know someone who has been personally affected by distracted driving. Switch decided to create solution to the problem that didn’t involve scare tactics and shaming.
Overview As a regional manufacturer positions for ambitious growth goals and a diversified future, it was essential to create the framework to find, select and develop the types of engaged and energized employees that will enable the organization to not only survive...