We believe that your organization has the potential to be great. Your greatness will be achieved by perfectly aligning your strategy (sana) and your people (sano).
What is Sana Sano?
Sana Sano comes from the Latin phrase Mens Sana in Corpore Sano – a sound mind in a sound body. The company was founded on the core principle of alignment. An organization with the best purpose, vision, mission and strategy - what we call the mind, or sana - will fail without having perfect alignment with it's people - what we call the body, or sano. An organization with a sound mind in alignment with its sound body produces high performance!
Why We're Different
In contrast to the Big Consulting machines where we started our careers – where partners chase numbers, and believe in big bonuses, not solutions – we believe in high impact, value added, actionable results from day one. We focus on knowledge transfer from the beginning and are passionate about enabling you and your team to excel long after we’re gone. Building trusted partnership is more important than selling after work.
What drives your people matters. And once you understand the cultural foundation of your people, you can begin to unleash the transformative power of your organization, your team and yourself. We provide meaningful insight into how to unlock productivity through purposeful focus, inspired clarity, and deliberate action at all levels of your organization.
What We Believe
We believe that high performance is the result of alignment.
We believe the path to success requires a holistic view – engaging strategy and execution.
We believe that your people are your greatest asset. They should be the engine that drives you to greatness.
We believe that the culture – the company’s attitude and unwritten rules – reflects leadership.
We believe that the way people feel at work profoundly influences how they perform.
We believe that the way technology should be evaluated is through the adoption and value it creates.
We believe that the way processes and technology are designed, implemented, and continuously improved matters more than the process or technology itself.