INTEGRAL ORGANIZATION

Achieving optimal performance in the 21st century requires a holistic approach — one in which an organization’s vision is embedded within and across its People, Purpose, and Place. Any one of these components can be a point of entry to developing a fully integral organization, correcting common problems such as fragmentation, disconnected communication, disengaged employees and inefficiencies. Integral organizations boast higher performing workplaces that value and nurture employees who are happy, healthy and connected to a sense of purpose, and a physical environment that is intentionally designed to maximize thinking, collaboration and effectiveness at the individual, team and cultural level.

in·te·gral [in-ti-gruhl, in-teg-ruhl] | adjective
  1. of, pertaining to, or belonging as a part of the whole; constituent or component
  2. necessary to the completeness of the whole
  3. consisting or composed of parts that together constitute a whole

PEOPLE

Maximizing organizational effectiveness through an emphasis on individual (employee) well-being -- physical, mental, and spiritual -- in turn creating the foundation for healthy team development and a positive, sustainable shift in an organization’s culture.

PURPOSE

Ensuring clarity of an organization’s “why?” – translating its values and mission into solid strategies and implementation processes that align with an organization’s vision.

PLACE

Ensuring an organization’s identity, interior space and built environment are aligned and intentionally designed to optimize health and well-being, facilitate desired behaviors, maximize efficiencies and manifest the organization’s vision.

INDIVIDUAL MISSION + VALUES IDENTITY

There is a direct interplay between an organization’s core identity as expressed through a sense of place, it’s mission and values, and individual employee effectiveness.

TEAM STRATEGIES INTERIOR SPACE

There is a direct interplay between an organization’s ability to develop a healthy team (or department), have a clear strategic direction, and an interior space designed to maximize health and well-being through human-centered design principles.

CULTURE VISION BUILT ENVIRONMENT

The built environment should directly reflect an organization’s vision in order to manifest the desired culture and positively contribute to the health and well-being of it’s most important asset - people.