work with individual executives, managers, team leaders, supervisors,
board members and business owners, as well as corporate human
resource and training managers who
are keen to develop effective leadership and management skills.
clients vary from multinational corporations
to some very dynamic smaller enterprises
in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors.
have worked with people across a wide range of industries,
and mining companies,
banking and finance,
performing and creative arts,
research and technical organizations,
and schools, as well as
different industry, trade and professional associations.
some of these statements true for you?
just been promoted to my first management role and I thought
everything would be easier when I had a team of people to
work with me. But in some ways it's even harder.
How do I get people who used to be my peers to do what I
been managing people for years. You'd think it should be
easy by now. But I must be missing something. As
soon as I think I've got things sorted everything changes
and the Board expects even more. There must be an easier
way to do some of these things!"
different personalities reporting to me it is difficult
to please everyone. Sometimes it's impossible to
please anyone! How do I know I've made the right decision?"
biggest challenge is getting the right balance
between my team members showing me everything in
great detail and not keeping me informed about what tasks
they are doing. How do I give myself the time and
space for my own tasks and thinking time? I've explained
that I too have KPI's that need to be met."
with staff can be really hard work and is emotionally, mentally
and physically tiring at times. I know these people
are my organization's greatest assets but how do I get the
message across that whilst I value their input, the final
outcome may not be exactly as they perceive it should be?"
people who have more experience or technical knowledge than
me is very challenging. It is sometimes hard to
motivate them and they can be the blockers when I try to
implement changes designed to improve our current performance.
How can I motivate people who just don't want to
are most likely to be successful working with us if:
good at what you do, yet you know you could be
better. You are committed to becoming the
best you can be and you are willing
to invest your time and effort in improving yourself.
care about your work and your people. You enjoy
what you do, you give it your best and you know you really
can make a difference. You encourage excellence
in your people and you support them in achieving their full
are keen to contribute and share your own
experience and wisdom, to help other participants learn
what you know. We know all the people we work with have
their own unique gifts and contribution
to make. We value your experience and expertise and encourage
you to practice your personal leadership by sharing it and
contributing to the growth and development of other participants.
We usually notice that the people who gain the most
are the same ones who contribute the most.
want practical, proven and effective
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