WE ARE YOURCONNECTOR
It’s our mission to build strength-oriented cultures with organizations to let people flourish. We believe that a strength-oriented environment leads to personal growth and a higher engagement.
We live in a time where changes follow each other quickly. We therefore believe that in organizations people are your most important competitive factor. A strength-oriented organizational culture contributes to successful transformations.
WE LET PEOPLE FLOURISH TO MAKE COMPANIES GROW
We advise and guide organizations in transformations. We believe that you can only be successful by involving employees and creating an environment where transformation can occur from within.
With the help of our Strength-oriented methodology, we identify and stimulate strengths at an individual, team and culture level. This is the starting point of your strength-oriented organizational culture.
Together we create an organizational culture in which people can flourish, because if you get the best out of your employees, they get the best out of your business.
The starting point of a strength-oriented organizational culture begins with embracing this vision of your people. What are the organizational goals? And how can a strength-oriented culture contribute to achieving these goals? Together we work on this vision in our processes, which is integrated with the mission, vision and values of the organization.
“I believe that people are the driving force of any company’s growth.”
FOUNDER & CEO
“A great strategy without the right people is irrelevant.”
Suzanne van Ham
“Your most significant competitive factor? Your people. The rest will all become a commodity.“
Suzanne van Ham
“Success starts with your people. Create happy employees and your customers will follow!”
CO-FOUNDER & COO
“I help YourConnector to become the best employer of the future“
OFFICE MANAGER & PA
“Cultural transformation begins with the personal transformation of the people and their leader. Organizations don’t transform. People do.”
“Authentic leadership is the full expression of ‘I’ in favor of ‘we’.”