Better people. Better ideas. Better ways of doing things.
By listening harder. By thinking bigger. By showing how. By doing more.
Leadership coaching and strategy for organisations, brands and individuals. Delivered personally or online.
We understand that you are unique, that’s why our executive coaching and mentoring programmes are bespoke. We develop the appropriate style to suit the individual.
We identify clear goals and shape the right methodology for each person.
We track progress, explore changing needs and provide ongoing mentoring services and support to improve performance in real life situations.
Strategy is THE plan of business. It should point to where a company is headed and map the route. But in the whirlwind of change strategy must be revisited and re-thought regularly.
We work with leadership teams to refresh their ideas in ways that will be valued by the market and by every part of the organisation.
We get businesses on-trend and on the money.
Acting decisively in uncertain times separates leaders from followers.
The most effective leaders make sense of ambiguity by providing strategic clarity and bringing out the best in the people around them. They make few decisions themselves and coach their teams to success. We call this leading from the side, and it is at the heart of our coaching and mentoring to improve delivery.
We look to the future with clients to explore the behaviours that will achieve goals and drive sustainable success. Then we help to embed the behaviours as new habits.
Most of us think of Churchill as the uniquely-gifted warrior-leader who led the nation to victory in the Second World War. He is the role-model for courageous leadership, pugnacious negotiation and brilliant communication. He is the archetypal big picture strategist.
Winston Churchill was all these things, and more. However, in his new book Mirrors of Greatness historian David Reynolds, our leading expert on the two world wars and the Cold War, seeks to paint a more personal, nuanced portrait of Churchill in relation to other leaders by showing how he mirrored them, and they him. Explaining how Churchill was shaped, David discusses the key roles played by wartime allies Stalin and Roosevelt, political rivals Chamberlain and Attlee, enemies Hitler, Mussolini and Gandhi, and his influential leader-wife Clementine.
Leadership-lessons from a great leader in his context.
“LISTENED HARDER AND ARRIVED AT BETTER ANSWERS THAN ANYBODY ELSE”
Pete Tyler, Managing Directors
Neilson Active Holidays
“HELPED US NAVIGATE COMPLEXITY”
Sarah Howe, Chief Marketing Officer
“RAISED OUR THINKING GAME”
Mark Allen, CEO
“TRANSFORMED OUR BUSINESS ON MANY
Stuart MacFarlane Zone President Europe
“LIFTED EXPECTATIONS, WIDENED
PERSPECTIVES AND DIDN’T MAKE US FEEL
Simon Hodgson Chief Executive Forestry
Three free partner-days to explore any issue you have.
The bigger and stickier the better.
Our Chemistry test works like this. We have one-to one meetings to explore your problem or aspiration.
We dig into data and shape ideas. We ask questions and form conclusions. All working with you.
After this we will either want to work together or we won’t.