To be viable and have long-term efficacy, organisational learning must equal or be greater than the speed of environmental change (Reginald Revans, 1982). Change is relentless and leaves those who are inflexible to it behind. For today’s organisations to thrive, individuals, leaders and teams need the ability to ‘team’ to solve problems from a dynamic perspective. In order to work cross-culturally, attract and retain talent, deliver products and services to end users and gather stakeholder requirements, organisations are required to have organic learning at the core of everything they do. The ability to work comfortably with multiple teams across an organisation, requires in-the-moment organic learning.
Boards & Executive Teams
CEOs & C-Suite Executives
Gaining accountability and commitment through the team, rather than as an individual leader is crucial to getting things done at a C Suite level. The pressure on CEO and C-Suite roles means that deep competence is needed in navigating the grey areas and engaging others. Executives can no longer rely on the ‘command and control’ leadership style to provide a useful model. Working in complexity requires nimbleness to balance the technical skills with mature interpersonal skills, sustaining the team and leadership of the team. Regardless of team or individual coaching, the approach is unparalleled, as evidenced in the world of sports and leading businesses. We work with CEO’s and C Suite Executives to shift their mindset from control to influence, catalysing teams around the task at hand, creating better quality outcomes, more innovative solutions and minimising pressure for all involved.
Heads of Transformation
Leadership Teams & Project Groups
According to the 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report, globalization, complexity, and disruption have perhaps contributed to an estimated 32% of organizations surveyed are striving to be more adaptable and team-centric. For over a decade, we have worked with organisations to increase the performance of their leadership teams and project groups using models from world-leading research on group and team coaching. Cross-functional learning approaches such as action and mutual learning or appreciative inquiry can catapult groups beyond where they are to where they need to be.