Organisations need agile leaders and teams to make rapid change that sticks. Coaching helps people to feel invigorated at work. Speak with me about how to help you to embed coaching capability in your leaders and create a culture that pays it forward.
Create significant, sustained behaviour change that generates a bigger impact with your team with less effort from you.
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More impact, less effort
My vision is to amplify leadership impact.
The demands on leadership are ever-increasing. To meet those demands, organisations need more from their leaders, and they need it now! But more often translates into more effort. Longer agendas, more things to do, more meetings, the list goes on!
Leaders end up overburdened, stressed and stuck too far down in the detail. They know they’re not as effective as they could or want to be, yet there’s not enough time to shift the game.
To shift the game, they need to focus on what’s strategic and impactful. To get the effort to impact ratio right, leaders need to be productive, motivated and influential. They need to:
- continuously learn so that they can be their best within a fast-paced world
- work smart to capably manage their energy and resilience
- have the time and skills to connect meaningfully with their colleagues to collaborate powerfully
I work with individual leaders, teams and organisations using highly targeted interventions that help you get more impact for less effort.
I deliver evidence-based interventions in these areas:
- Increasing peer-based collaboration, to use power for good and harness collective intelligence - workshop and peer-based coaching circles programs
- Increasing gender inclusion - I consult with senior leaders and organisations that want a fairer workplace
- Promoting inclusive leadership, to recognise uniqueness, unite across differences and make workplaces better for everyone – I consult with senior leaders on how to promote a culture of inclusion, and provide workshop programs for leaders
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