During these exceptional business times, UK companies are looking for new strategies to grow their businesses in the 21st century – and that’s where the business relationship doctors at Sky Space can help, says director Stephane Kolinsky.

Sky Space Team Development, a South West based CIC company, offers cutting edge relational and systemic organisational development practices – promising to get the very best out of your employees, teams, and decision makers from managers to directors.

Mr Kolinsky, said: “Organisations want to work with Sky Space because they recognise managers, executives, directors and people are at risk of coronavirus burnout – especially during local lockdown measures – now becoming a daily reality. This is totally understandable, given that businesses not only have to survive in the short-term, but also position themselves to emerge strongly into a significantly changed world. This is a technical, emotional, relational, and a cultural challenge.”

“Sky Space sustain and improve organisational culture and resilience at an individual and team level, giving leaders the space to focus on key technical and structural challenges. ‘We are business doctors’ who help organisational culture evolve so that it can thrive long into the future, even under stressful conditions of change and uncertainty.”

Sky Space is passionate about, and experienced in, local, regional and global trading opportunities, and I lived and worked in Japan for many years, said Mr Kolinsky.

Picture: Top left, Stephane Kolinsky, Martyn Lowesmith, and Jen Parkin

Stephane Kolinsky, Jen Parkin, and Martyn Lowesmith, founded Sky Space Team Development CIC last year, and currently work across Cornwall, Devon, and Somerset.

Mr Lowesmith has had a global career specialising in organisational culture change, and Ms Parkin has over 15 years’ experience as an organisational development specialist and working in large complex organisations across the UK and in Europe.

Mr Lowesmith, commented: “Up until earlier this year, local businesses were pragmatically busy and didn’t have much time to focus on who, and how effectively teams worked within their companies. But being in an enforced shutdown, and particularly working remotely from home as changed business processes and culture for the foreseeable future,” he said.

“At Sky Space Team Development, our team of specialists can offer local and international businesses and organisations the space to achieve better performances and grow a stronger workforce, through keeping the web of relationships between roles and people across the business healthy, and strong. Creating more resilient teams that can respond positively and creatively to change.”

“Through my global consulting, training and management I have developed as a specialist in creating organisational transformation through focusing on the humanity of the workplace, with expertise in team and organisational development, and systemic coaching,” he said.

Jen Parkin, works with clients across Cornwall and the South West, added: “Sky Space is about bringing an intellectual challenge to how we are working through enforced lockdowns, and post Covid-19, where businesses are being forced to change how we do business in the decades to come,” she said.

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