What we do
We assess the current work ethic within your institution and help reconstruct the socio-cultural fabric of your workplace.
We study the context, root causes of undesirable tendencies, and readiness for change in your institution.
We design systems that establish appropriate institutional aspirations and equip your team with high-efficiency workflow skills.
We are currently the authority in attitude change and character development interventions for Work Culture and Ethics
IWCE programs engage leaders to institutionalize work culture and ethics
Working with organisations, we challenge perceptions and mental models and propel corporate and personal performance towards excellence.read more
We are in it for the long-haul
A partnership with IWCE is a truly transforming experience. We provide facilities and facilitate corporate retreats, seminars, holiday programs, boot camps, and other eventsread more
Uganda’s past legacy of excellence and hospitality
A large number of creative (record-holding) youths
The outcry from employers regarding low productivity of the working population
The national crisis with deteriorating work ethics
Optimal value for money to stakeholders.
We nurture leaders and facilitate leadership in work culture and ethics.
Leaders’ hearts and minds steer society
Thanks to our great partners, IWCE has the support and backing that it needs to keep changing Work Culture one mind at a time. These are some of the partners that are behind our success.
Eluid Kipchoge’s sub-two hour marathon race in Vienna on 12 October 2019 has been compared to the first walk on the moon by Neil Armstrong (July 1969) and the first man to reach the summit of Mount Everest by Edmund Hillary (May 1953). Whether the three names can be mentioned in the same sentence isOctober 31, 2019
Many businesses, large and small, have a huge source of great ideas that can help them improve, innovate, and grow, and yet so many of these companies never think of using this amazing corporate asset. What is this highly valuable asset? Its own people.January 22, 2016
Says Morgan Fraud, the author of The Thinking Corporation, “Given that we are all capable of contributing new ideas, the question becomes how do you successfully generate, capture, process and implement ideas?” Becoming an organization capable of answering this question can benefit in a number of waysJanuary 22, 2016
Growth through innovation/creativity. Rather than be constrained by ideas for new products, services and new markets coming from just a few people, a Thinking Corporation can tap into the employees.January 22, 2016
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