Strategic Facilitation

We facilitate strategy design processes, leadership team development, multi-stakeholder collaboration, and large-scale culture transformation.

Our strategy development process uses a learn-as-you-go approach that effectively develops a shared understanding of future direction. It ensures change leaders make decisions with the most current information in the system and that stakeholders understand the strategy and where they fit in. This provides them with an opportunity to connect their day-to-day work with the broader goals of the organization.

We customize assessments to initiate, checkpoint, and evaluate strategic change. Employee opinion surveys, customer satisfaction surveys, and culture assessments provide essential information that can assist with:

  • Establishing a starting point for change and identifying focal points
  • Designing change initiatives
  • Making course corrections during change efforts
  • Evaluating progress on the journey

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Our facilitated environments promote high levels of participation and allow everyone to bring their creativity and candor to important conversations. Our learn-as-you-go approach results in strategic alignment and a commitment to collaborate across boundaries.

“Context delivered highly successful strategies and programs. They brought innovation and deep, relevant subject matter expertise. I am impressed with their dedication to continuously expand their own base of knowledge, and feel that we were the beneficiaries of this development. The programs that Context introduced have had a lasting positive impact. I strongly endorse their work. ”

Laura Sousa, AVP Canadian Tire Corporation

“Context provided exceptional facilitation of our strategic planning efforts. They provided a wealth of knowledge on leadership and organizations and the sure hand of a talented and experienced facilitator.”

Doug Reeve PhD PEng. Director, Institute for Leadership Education in Engineering, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering and Senior Fellow, Massey College, University of Toronto