Adaptability is a key benefit of Facet5; it is just as useful in a corporate setting as for personal development, as Danish Facet5 practitioner John Langford has discovered in his years of using it.

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Coca-Cola HBC Poland is a Polish subsidiary of Coca-Cola Hellenic, headquartered in Zug (Switzerland), and the second-largest bottler of Coca-Cola beverages in the world in terms of sales volume. It services over 560m people worldwide. Coca-Cola HBC Poland is a leader on the Polish alcohol-free beverages market. Currently, Coca-Cola HBC Poland employs around 2000 people.

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Anne was approached by a large not-for-profit (NPO) organisation to help with recruitment. However, it became apparent that the current cultural climate of the business, might not be best suited for the focus the company needed to implement to maximise its fundraising. She decided to go back to basics, and build up an accurate picture of the company as it stood, before examining how best to go about recruitment.

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Our client, a global legal firm with an established and traditional culture, is keen to optimise its graduate intake programme. They want them to understand themselves and how to work with others in order to flex to meet the demands of the role and organisation while remaining true to their own values and building a strong sense of self.

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CASE STUDIES
September 2015

Facet5: The Ultimate Team-Building Toolkit

Perrault Consulting Group has been actively using Facet5 with its clients since its inception during the 1990s. Founder Mike Perrault says, “Having worked in the field since 1977, I have used a lot of different assessment tools. Facet5 is something different; it’s the most provocative tool I’ve worked with....read more



OUR THINKING
April 2019

Is Australia still annoying the French?

Picture this. It’s the 26th January 1788 and a small British fleet under the command of Captain John Hunter was in what is now called Botany Bay, South of Sydney. That day a pair of French ships commanded by Jean-François de Galaup, comte de Lapérouse sailed into the Bay