Advisory: Leadership Coaching, Mentoring and Reflection

We act as confidential & independent performance sounding boards for executives and senior leaders

ResultIgniting the energy of everyday stress

Being at the top is a lonely job, yet it comes with huge responsibiliies. And yes most leaders got their by their own instinct, drive, expertise and know-how. But sometimes, just sometimes the issues can become overwhelming, often just because of their sheer complexity and yes you have a team following your lead. But ever so often you need a real independent view, not just from those who depend on you on the their career progress. Contact us for confidential “thoughts in and outside the box”, or “under the box”  or “inside somebody elses box” if it so requires.

Blue Leader

(Your focus with followers)

Defined loosely, blue leading is the practice of viewing a problem from your first line manager and multi line manager’s perspective. We assist top and middle management leaders to prioritize their focus, repeatedly leading great teams towards profitable success. Our methods and habits steer towards clarity of purpose and the focus it requires for a high performance work drive. Our approach is to ignite the spark of their unique approach in context of achieving clear collective business goals and delivering on strategy. 

Green Teams

(A Leader of People)

Defined loosely, green teaming is the practice of viewing a problem from your staff or employees perspective. Their daily grind is different to yours. Since we are working with friendlies, your people, we ignore the inbox, wipe the table clean and focus on what it means to lead and collaborate with managers who are in turn managers of your people. The advisory focus is on consciously igniting the performance triggers of your teams, removing obstacles preventing you from removing their obstacles. 

Red & Robust

(The competition’s reaction)

Defined loosely, red assessments is the practice of viewing a problem from an adversary or competitor’s perspective. It may be that your people are doing their level best, but a competitor has discovered a gap in your plans. The goal is to enhance decision making, either by specifying the adversary’s strategies or by simply acting as a devil’s advocate. When we follow this technique the attempt is to make all your plans, processes, strategies, etc. even more robust than they currently are – enhancing the probability of repeat success.