My Approach

My approach is a practical one.

I don’t believe in off-the-shelf solutions. I don’t believe in hefty consultancy reports. And I don’t believe in just asking clever questions.

I’ll get to know you, your team and your business. I’ll work alongside you to help diagnose the barriers to your success and identify the changes required to help you get where you need to be. And then I’ll develop a tailored, research-backed programme to enable you to make those changes happen.

My Process

First Conversation

It all starts with a conversation where your only investment is time.

I’ll listen. You’ll share your challenges, frustrations, aspirations both professionally and as a business. And I’ll draw on my experience of other businesses like yours to ask the right questions.

Programme Proposal

I’ll offer you my observations and recommendations. Then I’ll design a proposal that will get you where you need to be.

Together we’ll identify the value you’ll be able to create for you personally, for your team members, for your shareholders and beyond.

Making Progress

Working together and underpinned by technology where appropriate, I’ll guide you or your team through each step of the process. Increasing feedback, knocking away silos and having a focus on results are key areas you are likely to make an impact. I will help you make that happen.

Evaluating Results

No process of change is complete without results, and this is no exception. I will re-run surveys, collect feedback and review agreed measures so you can see the proof of what you’ve achieved.

Then we’ll talk about next steps and how to make sure this change is long lasting and sustainable.

Feel it’s time for change? Get in touch today.

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The ‘bag of tools’ I took from the programme have led to higher morale, a less frenetic atmosphere and a workplace finally free of entrenched energy zapping drama cycles.” Reuben Terrett, Service Architect, DXC (Leadership Development Programme )

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