Did you see the feature in The Sunday Times?

In a recent interview with The Sunday Times, our Sales and Marketing Director, Sam Harte, shed light on our transformative mindset programme, undertaken in collaboration with Mindset Coach John Douglas. This initiative aims to empower our workforce, enabling them to identify and achieve personal goals, thereby fostering a more positive culture within our company. 

Sandra O'Connell, in her insightful conversation with Sam, delved into the significance of cultivating an empowered workforce and its ripple effects on company culture. Sam emphasized the importance of breaking down the perceived divide between different segments of the company, such as the manufacturing floor and the office space. He articulated, "We want to facilitate an extremely positive culture on the floor and in the offices. In a manufacturing company, there can be a sense of the floor side and the office side, yet it's very important for everyone to work together."

This statement encapsulates the essence of our mindset programme – promoting unity and collaboration across all levels of the organization. By encouraging employees to set and pursue personal goals, we aim to instill a sense of ownership and accountability, fostering a culture where individuals feel empowered to contribute their best selves to the collective success of the company.

At the heart of this initiative lies the belief that personal development is intricately linked to professional growth. By investing in the well-being and growth of our employees beyond their job roles, we not only enhance their job satisfaction but also unlock their full potential, leading to increased productivity and innovation.

Moreover, a positive company culture not only benefits employees but also has a profound impact on our relationships with clients and stakeholders. A workforce that feels valued and empowered is more likely to deliver exceptional service, thereby enhancing our reputation and fostering long-term partnerships built on trust and mutual respect.


We extend our heartfelt gratitude to The Sunday Times for amplifying our efforts and providing a platform to share our vision for a brighter, more empowered future.

Stay tuned as we continue to embark on this transformative journey together!

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