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The Return from Lockdown – Keeping your people safe

As business leaders plan to come out of lock-down, they face the daunting challenge of taking their people with them into uncharted territory. The pressure on leaders is enormous, with many facing threats to business survival and the need to rapidly reimagine the steps to re-opening.

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From Crisis to Opportunity

Few business leaders have ever faced a situation as overwhelming, unpredictable and serious as the current COVID pandemic. The leaders and businesses that will thrive in the future will be the ones that re-imagine themselves into the new, emerging future, taking the best of the past but also leaving much behind.

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Leading through crisis

We’re in the ultimate VUCA environment, and it’s one that most of us are neither experienced nor equipped to lead in. We’re in uncharted territory, we’ve got little in terms of a map, and we’ve been given the daunting task of navigating our business and our people our way through it.

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Are you investing in your relationships?

It’s a deliberate choice to spend time investing in relationships. It’s not a ‘given’ that your relationships will benefit from spending time together socially or engaged in a collaborative venture. It takes focused effort to build, sustain and nurture high quality relationships.

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Why Teams?
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Why teams?

The world is changing faster and more unpredictably than ever before. We are in the midst of major disruption, brought about by social, environmental and political forces that we struggle to fully understand.

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Humanise High Performance
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Humanising High Performance

Too often we see leaders in business and sport striving to win at all costs: try harder, work longer, go faster. Push every limit. Test every boundary. Do more with less.

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Coaches
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We’re all coaches now, aren’t we?

Like it or not, coaching’s an increasingly important aspect of management. But coaching as a line manager is very different from bringing in an external coach – not least because people won’t be expecting you to sit them down and start asking how they feel about things.

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