We believe the most significant advantage an organization has to thrive in complexity and uncertainty is its ability to co-create. Co-Creation is distinct from collaboration, which most of us are familiar with. Being able to work together is certainly important to an organization’s success, but a company’s potential is limited when only a few individuals are creating and innovating, or that innovation is happening in silos.
Imagine the collective power of everyone involved in creating something new, something once thought impossible, and something inspiring in its potential to benefit all! We are a team of specialists committed to the art and science of co-creation, the foundation of which rests in the mindset and culture of an organization.
Dynamic Achievement was launched 21 years ago as a learning and development consulting firm specializing in leadership development, customer service, sales, trusted advice and team building. As we were working with more and more clients, it became apparent that some were adopting new skills and some were not, and we wanted to understand that gap. This led us to exploring Mindset at a deeper level.
We learned that only when people have really shifted their mindset (and by ‘really’ we mean at the conscious and subconscious levels of the mind), were the skills fully adopted and optimized for maximum effectiveness. So, we shifted our emphasis to Mindset and Culture development in helping our clients accelerate their progress, transform their relationships, and deliver exceptional results.
Clients began asking for more Mindset and Culture work because it created the biggest shift both for individual leaders and entire teams who now had a clear sense of purpose. Engagement, productivity, accountability, and overall performance all went up. It was almost ideal.
There was only one missing piece.
In the last couple of years, despite all the improvements our clients made with Mindset and Culture development, what had yet to transform was peoples’ ability to innovate – collectively and consistently. In other words, to co-create. This is now the leading edge work we focus on.