Services

THE COMPLETE TEAM

Sharpen your leadership edge and inspire your executive team to perform at their best every day.

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HOW IT WORKS

I provide one to one leadership coaching, relational coaching and executive team workshops. You can select from the modules below, complete the program from end-to-end or we can work together to tailor a package that suits your needs.

COACHING

Develop a Leadership Edge

Discover and develop the four habits of peak performing leaders that will stretch your strengths and magnify the impact of your leadership.

WORKSHOPS

Optimise Team Strengths

Empower your team members to know their strengths and those of their colleagues and build teams who play at their best every day.

WORKSHOPS

Compel Your Team With Purpose

The best teams know and are deeply compelled by why they do what they do. Build the clarity of purpose into your team to inspire engagement.

COACHING

Fix and Optimise Relationships

Positive relationships are building blocks of great teams. Turn good relationships into great ones and fix any that are draining the team.

WORKSHOP SERIES

Habits of an Elite Team:

Based on “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team: A Leadership Fable” By Patrick Lencioni

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Develop a Culture of Trust

Build trust and safety so that people are not acting to protect their reputations, instead they’re acting in the best interest of the team.

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Learn to Conflict Constructively

Unfiltered, ideological debate about the issues that are important to business is a unique and critical component of high performing teams.

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Hold Each Other Accountable

Develop accountability, where team members are willing to hold each other and themselves to the commitments that they make.

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Remain Focused on Results

Develop a mindset focused on what counts and a scoreboard which makes it clear where the team are relative to their goals and vision.

“Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology.
It’s teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.”

Patrick Lencioni