HOW DOES CHANGE REALLY HAPPEN FOR LEADERS?
I work with brilliant people who are operating in challenging times. My clients are accomplished, clever, purposeful and committed.
They understand that whatever they are up to, the way they personally operate and what drives them internally is affecting everything that is happening. Everything. They just might forget this sometimes.
How does change occur for these people? Change doesn’t occur because they believe these things and have had these experiences. It occurs because of what they take to the real world, it occurs because of what they actually do differently in the workplace, in their lives.
And, actually, they might have not yet created the new behaviours they wanted and been able to fully implement the leadership they’d like to – and they’ve often been senior for many years. They might have reached a crossroads where they know they need to change up what they’re doing but don’t know how to do that.
The work I do is the step between knowing what to do and actually doing it. I’m the link between the theory and the action. There are sabotages to be avoiding, sheer weight of work and the lure of old/existing behaviours.
I do this in two ways – direct 1-2-1 coaching or working with small groups (non-competitive, no reporting lines, similar intensity of corporate experience) called PODs.