Leadership Development

  

Do you need to develop your people’s leadership capability? You may wish to improve the performance of key members of staff so that they:

 Bring their best selves to work and use their strengths every day;
 Step up by managing their time, priorities and collaborative relationships really well;
Reconnect with purpose, passion and direction, motivating others to deliver tasks with a heart;
 Are willing to step into the unknown, to innovate and grow.

Gill How can co-create a bespoke leadership programme with you to meet the learning-edge needs of your people. It will be designed to engage participants, use the latest thinking, tackle your current business challenges and be delivered in timescales to suit you.

Here are some recent examples:

On-site accredited leadership development for a team of 12 over the course of a nine-month bid process to develop winning behaviour;

 Leadership coaching for 60 managers to assimilate feedback against strategic competencies and improve operational performance;

 A revitalised global leadership roll-out for an NGO across 42 countries to meet new standards;

Leadership development for the senior team of an asbestos removal firm to grow the revenue and profitability of the business.

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How Can You Own Your Story?

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“Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” Brené Brown Earlier this year I started reading my Dad’s war time stories. These are written under a pseudonym, Fergus McGregor; I am three years in, it’s 1942. North Africa and Alamein come next. I photocopied his memoirs for him in 1982!…

Where’s Your Cheese Now?

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  Scotland is the new South America for me. What do I mean by that? All of last year, when I was sitting in Zoom meetings, when I was asked my views on things, I always thought, (and occasionally said!), I’d rather be in South America. Travelling in South America had been my plan, my hope for 2020, with my…

Can “Clunk Click, Every Trip” help you be effective with colleagues too?

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Kim Scott, in her book, Radical Candour, tells the story of when she was waiting to cross the road with her golden retriever puppy. Her dog was tugging at the leash. A stranger said, “I can tell you really love your dog”. He took two seconds to show he was supportive, not judging Kim or her dog training skills. Then…