Success for any organisation is determined by the quality of its people, and the ability to work together in high performing teams. Modern times require strategic leaders, engaged employees and the team’s full commitment to success. But as a leader, you simply can’t be everywhere. This is why the culture of your team, the way they act, behave and make decisions when you are not around, is critical to long-term success. Strategies and values are just words on paper.
The rubber really hits the road when these plans are put into execution. This is where clarity, empathy and leadership become critical drivers of performance. The focus for this interactive masterclass is to ensure you have the skills and capabilities to translate your organisational strategy into the systems, processes and culture to deliver results. How do you inspire your people? Engaging them on the organisational values and ensuring these become the daily behavioural norms.
This masterclass equips leaders with the strategies to manage the tangible elements of their team and the skills to build a high-performance culture. By aligning both the tangible and intangible elements of team performance, this course provides leaders with the full toolkit to build and lead a high performing team.
“I observed genuine behaviour changes.
This was one of the best things I have done for the team."
Rochelle Eldridge, Executive Manager, CBA
Highly interactive learning - Designed to give you hands-on learning experiences, no one is a passive observer in this program. Active participation through small group breakout sessions, interactive audience tools, Q&A and scenario-based discussions keeps the session alive from start to finish!
Build confidence and connection across your team - The group will collaborate and problem-solve scenarios to enable increased trust and understanding, all with a special interest in developing a high performing team.
Module-based learning - Ranging from individual sessions to three learning Masterclasses, we will structure a program to provide the time to capture, engage and digest new learnings, think of further questions and put new skills and tools into practice between sessions. .
Easy to use digital resources - Walk away with a suite of resources and materials for you and your team, customised to engage and motivate action.
Personalised learning - You will have the opportunity to share your personal objectives, have 1-1 discussions with the facilitator and receive personalised feedback and insights throughout. .
Psychometric Analysis (optional) - Team Management Systems (TMS) can be used to improve the level of self-awareness and diagnose areas of team friction or areas to be strengthened.
Additional workshops can be added, and if you’d like to discuss a program with slightly less scope,
then we’re happy to have a conversation.
"Fantastic both in content and delivery. I was looking for someone to open up other ways of approaching leadership and looking at our business environment and they delivered! ”
Michaela Flanagan, Head of Branch Operations, Swiss Re
This session focuses on unpacking the old elements of scientific management and clarifying the critical role of modern leadership in a world of complexity.
We will help leaders understand their leadership values, develop a set of clear guiding principles and support their people through uncertainty.
This session unpacks the modern challenges of leading both the tangible and intangible elements of team performance focusing on understanding people.
We will dive into the scientific workings of the brain to uncover the danger of assumptions and the importance of strategic empathy in decisions.
Our final session explores the importance of aligning the desired culture with the critical elements of the operating model to drive long term success.
By creating powerful team rituals, we support leaders to build trust and motivate performance. Providing tools for effective praise and feedback.
Eliminates Unhealthy Competition
Leaders are driven people. That’s why they’re in that position. However if ego’s take over, and your team becomes a group of competitors, this can be disastrous for a business. In addition to potentially sabotaging each other (in extreme cases) it positions the CEO as a referee, trying to break-up ﬁghts, and eventually leads to self-destruction.
Introduces Performance Consistency
Leaders are often experts who’ve worked relentlessly at their subject matter, and are brilliant in their own ﬁeld but rarely show interest in the bigger picture. This leads to pockets of excellence, but inconsistency in business performance.
Creates Space for Strategy
As leaders become more collaborative, CEOs can elevate their perspective a little higher and contemplate the overall strategy – knowing the newly formed, well-oiled machine will be able to make it happen.
Builds a Culture of Trust
When a leadership team is fully committed, transparent and aligned with the values of the business, it inevitably creates a culture of deep trust and understanding.
And that’s when things really start to get interesting.
The CEO can imagine a long-term vision, and explore opportunities knowing employees are committed to success. Ideas will emerge from all corners of the business, and the foundation for rapid execution, organisational agility and aligned performance will take you places you may never have reached otherwise.