It’s all about collaboration. Levvel’s approach is to listen and learn first then identify opportunities and create a roadmap for building internal change capability. At the end, we hand you the keys. Our definition of success is to work ourselves out of a job. It’s about custom solutions that work for you!
An approach, method, and toolset that is flexible, customizable, promotes partnership, and elevates the voice of people through actions.
Engage us for a Desired State Workshop to establish a roadmap for building internal change capability.
We provide change support for your programs and projects and use our suite of training and certification programs to build the change competencies of leaders and employees while executing your roadmap.
A change model that honors the evolution of change and advances its historical legacy as a platform to lead, manage, and measure engagement.
The right balance of theory and application
To learn more about individual or project team learning opportunities with the Balanced Change approach, contact us today.
“The Levvel team and our team worked great together. Great experience. They were energetic open, honest, hardworking and respectful. They had a get-it-done attitude with proactive problem solving as our demands evolved and were flexible addressing out of scope work. They quickly picked up our business and understood our aggressive timeline. The different time zone was not a problem and staff being bilingual was valuable for our Quebec merger.”
“Competitors were selling us a product, but with Levvel, I knew I was getting a partner. Levvel was helping us beyond training and were in it for our growth. They were willing to work with our budget, and be a real partner. Competitors were more rigid – selling training or a tool. Levvel ensures we are well equipped to carry on after the training and we can brand the program as our own.”
“After going from one company to another we found Levvel. We appreciated the quick learning of our company and our objectives and they didn’t try to take over the project. They asked us “What do you need” then provided guidance in a positive perspective.”