Bespoke solutions

When might a bespoke solution be required?

Where there is a specific or complex organisational issue in which a psychological approach might add value, you may want to consider a bespoke solution.

What might it look like?

The Keil Centre’s Occupational Psychologists draw on a wide range of evidence-based methods to build capacity and engagement and enhance wellbeing.  Through exploration of the issue we would work in partnership with you to develop an appropriate solution.  This might involve further analysis, eg through surveys or focus groups.  It might mean designing processes to involve those who have something to contribute to the solution.  Either way, it would involve us working closely with you, the client, to create a process and solution to meet your needs.  

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For example, where the issue is complex or has a significant psychological component, a bespoke solution may be required.  For instance, we have worked with organisations embarking on significant change to design ways to engage people in developing new ways of working.  We have also designed a range of materials and workshop-based interventions to build resilience and enhance wellbeing. 

In exploring the issue, we would also consider the organisation’s readiness for a particular solution.  Involving key people at the right time and in the right way and ensuring there are appropriate organisational supports in place can make a big difference to whether the intervention has a lasting impact.  A bespoke solution may involve a higher initial investment of time and effort.  However, designing a solution that takes into account current realities as well as desired outcomes is more likely to lead to a better return.

Find out more

To find out more about how a bespoke solution from The Keil Centre may be beneficial to your organisation, please telephone our Edinburgh office on +44(0)131 229 6140 or email enquiries@keilcentre.co.uk. One of our consultants will be in touch as soon as possible.

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