Organisational development

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Creative Coaching Individual Organisational Health

“Every level of human endeavour – no matter how many people it involves – can only succeed if all those people are engaged, activated and playing fully to their strengths.”

Context is everything. That’s why we will work closely with you to establish, quickly, how we believe we can work most productively. But our experience has shown that there are “pain points” that recur within organisations. And these pain points can be addressed effectively through established techniques.

Pain Point - “Our Board of Directors needs more visible direction” Text Open

Approach: Board Development - building C-level connectivity and effectiveness, clarifying strategy and unifying non-executive and executive functions to enable productive conversations internally and powerful communication to the outside world.

Pain Point - “I need to make the transition from Manager to Leader” Text Open

Approach: Executive Coaching - one to one interventions, designed to identify personal aspirations, hidden strengths and attributes that need to be activated. The outcome is transformational change for individuals in the key areas of personal impact and persuasiveness, career transition, strategy clarification and communication, leadership skills enhancement, and the underlying personal confidence that supports all positive change.

Pain Point – “Our talent base needs the skills to cope with changing demands” Text Open

Approach: Group Development - transitional development for individuals in a group setting who are facing new demands and new contexts. Areas of focus include: defining a shared business or team purpose and constructing a strategy for delivery, improving personal impact, creating and delivering compelling communication, framing a career vision, focusing on personal performance development, coaching for leaders, delivering effective feedback and induction programmes.

Pain Point - “Our teams need to work as teams; the whole needs to be greater than the sum of the parts and the individual parts also need to be great!” Text Open

Approach: Team Facilitation - intact team work to build understanding and insight, connection and collective ambition, leading to effectiveness, high performance and assured delivery in critical situations.

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If you have experienced imposter syndrome as a leader, you’re in good company. Sheryl Sandberg, Howard Schultz and Arianna Huffington are among many successful leaders who have admitted to struggling with feelings of self-doubt and inadequacy.

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Posted on Wed, March 20, 2019
in Leadership

Personal Development

Engaging Remote Teams

The subject of remote working is one that is hotly debated, is it good or bad for an organisation? Does it increase or hinder productivity and engagement? 

According to a recent survey, 70% of the global workforce works remotely at least once per week. Remote working is becoming an increasingly popular trend.

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Posted on Tue, March 05, 2019
in Leadership