Culture and Change Consulting

Culture is the sum of what your organisation is now — the good, the bad and the in different, not what your organisation wishes it could be, or should be. These definitions of workplace culture are two of my favounrites:

I joined Brownes nearly 4 years ago and Tammy was one of the first people I met and she still continues (thankfully) to play a key role within Brownes and also to me personally. Her leadership experience and knowledge is second to none and what works is her no-nonsense, practical and simple advice and coaching on various matters ranging from dealing with conflict, questionable leadership styles, organisational culture to negotiation and change management to name but a few. Tammy’s openness and honesty combined with her extremely personable style encourages that trust and respect to be built very early on in the relationship and it just continues to grow and develop, as have I both personally and as an HR Leader with Tammy’s support and guidance. Thank you Tammy for your help over the last 4 years for myself and for Brownes, I would recommend you in a heartbeat!


A workplace culture that needs intervention can present the following challenges:

Make no mistake, culture can contribute to your organisation’s fortunes or failure. Importantly, culture isn’t just about words…
It’s no good saying, “Our organisation is progressive and innovative,” if every procedure, rule and policy is contrary to that. It’s no good stating that equality is an organisational value, if you have a huge gender pay disparity.
Changing workplace culture is a journey.
A journey that starts with a single step.