Holistically reimagining your employee experience
Creating an impactful employee experience (EX) is about seeing the bigger picture of what employees need to be productive, engaged, and successful. We tailor our employee experience solutions to your culture so you can achieve this vision.
Read our latest report on improving the employee experience.
What we do
Elevated employee experience consulting
What do employees want and need? And, how can organizations motivate employees no matter what the future of work looks like?
Our employee experience solutions apply human-centered design to get to the root of your employees’ needs, wants, and challenges. That helps you boost employee morale and build inclusive experiences that go further in making your people feel energized and empowered, which in turn drives exceptional business results.
We partner with you to hone your organizational culture, with a focus on keeping employees engaged and committed to achieving your mission while bringing your core values to life.
With targeted, holistic strategies, we help organizations create and implement programs to combat employee burnout, support employee health and well-being, and drive organizational productivity.
Employee experience in 4 dimensions
Our research has shown that an impactful, holistic employee experience takes into account how employees think and feel about the Interpersonal, Occupational, Physical and Technological dimensions that surround them. It also recognizes how organizational culture guides and reinforces the behaviors, interactions, and norms of the organization.
Employee experience insights
Our latest research & thinking
Keep your finger on the pulse of employee experience and organizational culture trends impacting your industry with actionable insights based on our proprietary research.
Research finds that over half of the workforce says DEI is a key factor when considering a future employer. For younger workers, that jumps to 77%. Now is the time to continue DEI progress, not plateau or cutback. Learn how.
Our 2024 organizational culture report finds hybrid work is having a positive impact on organizational culture. Read the report to learn why and get 4 recommendations on how to improve your organization's culture as you navigate hybrid work.
Our new research reveals workplace culture in government holds extraordinary influence over an agency’s ability to meet its mission. Learn who government employees say is responsible for driving workplace culture and what they can do to improve it.
Government leaders need training, tools, and data to prioritize and build a strong workplace culture. Learn what agencies can do to position government leaders as culture champions who employees will be more likely to trust and follow.
By Gwynneth Chandler
Millennial managers, our future government leaders, are poised to change government workplace culture for the better. Learn why they understand how workplace culture impacts performance, customer service, and an agency's ability to meet its mission.
By Joseph Macaluso
AI adoption can be scary for employees. Find out how leading with empathy and investing in existing staff can go a long way to easing those fears, improving adoption of new tools, and helping the whole organization thrive.
We share recommendations to fix a toxic work environment and create a thriving workplace where employee morale and productivity flourish.
By Lindsay Henson
It's clear government workers value both in-person and remote work. Learn how agency leaders can leverage flexible work arrangements to retain top talent and improve performance.
By Melissa Jezior
Hybrid work is nuanced and companies need to balance the need for high performance while also retaining top talent in a drum-tight labor market. The key to success? Flexibility.
Employee experience case studies
Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable results
Federal government: Impact Statement
We helped map and implement a federal agency's culture change to a value-driven culture led by fairness, accountability, integrity, and respect.
State and local government: Infographic
To improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) climate at a prominent research university, we conducted a survey to assess the current state and develop a roadmap for targeting the focus areas most important to students, faculty, and staff.
Technology, media and entertainment: Narrative
A large nonprofit saw core values as the key to staying competitive in the future—but the new values weren’t taking hold with employees. We created a plan to bring their desired culture off the pages of HR strategy and into day-to-day work life.
Federal government: Narrative
When the number one grant-making organization in the government faced sustainability concerns, we brought employees at all levels together for collaborative solutions to increase engagement, strengthen culture, and improve retention.
Federal government: Narrative
One agency needed to raise employee awareness of available support services. By working with them to craft an effective 5-year strategic plan for ongoing improvement, we helped get them on the path to a healthier workforce.
A national museum’s legacy federal processes were limiting overall development as its program operations and presence grew. We applied private-sector best practices to increase flexibility and streamline operations.