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ParP - PeopleAtRightPlace: Organisational Transformation Using Natural Science

Sabine Caliskan, Managing Partner, ParP - PeopleAtRightPlaceSabine Caliskan, Managing Partner
Successful organisational transformation requires out-of-the-box thinking to deliver impact.

ParP remodels an organisation’s DNA in the same way as PARP, a protein in the human body, repairs errors in the human DNA structure. “What is true in nature is also true for organisations,” says Sabine Caliskan, Managing Partner of PeopleAtRightPlace (ParP). According to Sabine, true transformation is possible only with the alignment of people and place. The company’s genetic method takes into consideration the structures, processes and practices of an organisation, as well as the capabilities, willingness and barriers of its people when setting the course for an agile future.

“In our “science-based” leadership transformation programs, we establish the connection of neuroscience to achieve peak performance and our ParP Model that ensures a sustainable transfer effectiveness,” emphasizes Sabine. “We have seen in many organisations that participants enthusiastically went out of workshops and programs, but after a few days, the flood of meetings, business trips, bureaucratic duties and irrelevant travel times brought them back to their old habits.”

“We need to develop the important leadership skill “Learn to Unlearn” and make room for new perspectives and behavior. Transfer effectiveness is only given if we internalize the newly acquired knowledge and can immediately put it into practice,” says Sabine.

We truly believe that when people and places are aligned, organisations become attractive and a place for joy and visible sustainability

It is precisely this gap that ParP bridges with its transfer-effective method. ParP’s transformation programs are based on “blended learning” and combine online and offline methods to anchor the implementation of new behavior patterns in daily practice. The ParP team accompanies transformation processes in design and implementation. They apply scientific approaches and knowledge to question and transform old habits, structures, and processes for the validity of today and tomorrow.

The ParP team consists of longstanding and well-trained business psychologists with profound expertise in the field of unconscious thinking processes and bias effects, the decision-making process and the distortion effects such as group thinking and availability bias as well as behavior design.

Sabine, a firm believer in sustainable impact, draws attention to a particular instance where a customer wanted a workshop concept for more women to reach leadership positions. When analyzing their real needs, it was easy to understand that a program that upholds “the power of mixed teams” supported better in achieving their goals.

PeopleAtRightPlace dares to question stagnant behavior patterns and organisational structures. “What we need more than ever today are transformers: people who are constantly learning to unlearn and who are willing to adopt new ways of thinking and acting. We love working with people. And we believe that when people and places are aligned, organisations become attractive and a place for joy and visible sustainability,” concludes Sabine.
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ParP - PeopleAtRightPlace

Company
ParP - PeopleAtRightPlace

Headquarters
Vienna, Austria

Management
Sabine Caliskan, Managing Partner

Description
To achieve successful organisational transformation, ParP remodels an organization’s DNA in the same way as PARP, a protein in the human body, repairs errors in the human DNA structure. The company’s genetic method takes into consideration the structures, processes and practices of an organization, as well as the capabilities, willingness and barriers of its people when setting the course for an agile future. ParP's transformation programs are based on "blended learning" and combine online and offline methods to anchor the implementation of new behavior patterns in daily practice. In a nutshell, through ParP, people and places are perfectly aligned, and this leads to competent, motivated, and empowered employees, which invariably results in the transformation of the organisation and society