Our comprehensive approach and our aim to provide the best possible support for your company often entails calling on the services of external parties. Each and every one of them is a renowned partner whose expertise is the perfect complement to our services.
Business Games develops interactive games for organisation development, knowledge sharing, employer branding and team building. They offer a safe learning environment in which participants are challenged to bring out the best in each other in a game setting. It’s a powerful tool that is also part of the Straight Business Partners toolbox.
The expertise of Insights Discovery is based on the ideas of renowned psychologist Jung. The people at Insights Discovery poured these ideas into a reflective model with a focus on personal, leadership and team development. Because every positive change starts with insight, a credo that Straight Business Partners strongly subscribes to.
SHL offers an unparalleled perspective on your workforce. Their pioneering research allows them to identify the factors that make your employees more or less successful in their jobs. Of course, such information is key for your business/operational results. It’s a precision instrument, one which Straight Business Partners is only too happy to use for the benefit of your organisation as well.
Applying for subsidies: it’s not every entrepreneur’s favourite pastime. It’s a maze of paperwork and bureaucracy for which you would do well to enlist the services of an experienced guide. A-Chief is such a guide and we often call them to untangle the knots.
Red Monkey Company
Innovation is not just a buzzword, it’s a vital part of any strategy. If you’re not moving forward, you’re moving backwards. Red Monkey Company provides the right environment, tools and insights to bring about real change. Their mission closely matches our own, which made a fruitful collaboration inevitable.
A brief reprieve from the old and the familiar. Searching for the peace and quiet of nature. Looking for that boost of oxygen to stimulate the brain. In short, the ideal surroundings for strategic cogitations, fresh insights and team building activities. Sparqzone takes care of that, and we have experienced first-hand how good it feels on several occasions! As a preferred partner, they, too, complement our range of services and provide content for various processes.
From creative concept to full implementation: Barrik dives into your company’s DNA to create a tailored corporate event. We already called on their services several times, and it’s an understatement to say that they have never disappointed us.
Under the adage ‘Better Boards, Better Organizations, Better World’ the Guberna Institute of Directors contributes to a better world through better governance.
Straight Business Partners also subscribes to this belief. In the past Jo sharpened her knowledge through their trainings and now she is a member of the alumni council, a body that reflects on the training courses offered by Guberna and the functioning of the alumni association.
In addition, Guberna is not only a knowledge center, but also aims to become the standard in the field of good governance for all types of organizations. By sharing her extensive experience and penetrating expertise with her peers, Jo contributes directly to this.
For example, she co-founded the ‘Alumni Sparkles’ series, in which she interviews entrepreneurs. The aim of this series is to exchange experiences, to share knowledge and to spotlight inspiring examples of good governance.
For the ‘Alumni Sparkles’ interview series, Guberna asked Jo to interview some like minded people of repute. Last month, it was Danny Saerens, a strategic whiz who supports executives with Broaden Your World. An inspiring chat about his impressive career, the added value of a Board of Directors and – how could it be otherwise – governing in times of corona.
The next in line of prominent thinkers is Emmanuel Flaam. For Guberna’s ‘Alumni Sparkles’ interview series, Jo subjected the managing director and partner of Netalux to a large Q and A. There was no shortage of topics for discussion: the optimal composition of a board of directors, pitfalls in combining operational management and a seat on the board and the importance of continuously updating your knowledge were all discussed.