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GSK was embarking on its most radical organizational transformation yet. It needed to build engagement and belief across the organization, as well as an understanding of how the different change projects interlinked.

Mind Gym engaged with key stakeholders across the business to develop a visual dialogue mapping how the changes fitted together. This transformational map, along with supporting facilitation tools, helped managers to have meaningful conversations with their teams on what the transformation meant for them.

80% of session participants felt they knew what they needed to personally change in order to bring future success to the business.


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