PETER DRUCKER

Organisations today operate in an environment that is becoming more uncertain and complex. It is increasingly difficult to predict the future yet leaders need to plan for that future. Expectations of customers, employees and stakeholders are greater than ever. In addition the voices and demands of communities are becoming more pressing and influential. Common themes emerge from the discussions we have with leaders about the issues that they are grappling with on a day to day basis.

These themes often manifest in the following questions:

  • How do we keep our focus on the big priorities and the longer term view and not be distracted
  • How do we place the customer at the heart of everything we do
  • How do we remove the disconnect between the top and bottom of the organisation
  • How do we get our teams across the organisation to work collaboratively and for the good of all
  • How do we build more creativity and innovation into our business
  • How do we get our staff as excited, passionate and committed to the business as we are
  • How do we keep ourselves from drowning in the ever increasing pace and complexity
  • How do we grow our talent to secure the long term future of the business.

We work with leaders to address these kinds of questions. We support them to take a fresh look at the way they see the environment in which they operate; to consider their role and the impact they have on the organisation; to think and act more strategically; to create the conditions in the workplace where innovation and high performance can flourish.

What do our clients say about us?

 

I found the book Coaching Presence very interesting and useful; I am always interested in new ways of viewing the coaching intervention, and techniques for improving my practice, and I have found that the four modes of presence in Maria's model provide a different perspective when in a coaching or mentoring situation. I think this book would be useful to both newcomers and experienced coaches who are interested in looking at the coaching relationship from a different perspective, and seeing how/if the client could get more benefit from the session if the coach considered another type of presence. I am sure I will refer to this book often; a valuable addition to my collection.

Carol Barker, Senior Assistant Librarian, Bibliographic Services at DeMontfort University

 
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