Support for managers and teams to discover their best
Accountability for senior managers who demand results
This statement is the second reason I started my business: “They gave me this title of ‘manager’, but where’s the damn manual?”
Being a relaxed and confident manager, the type people naturally follow requires:
√ Skills, including the capacity to learn more
√ Being good with people – the weird, the wonderful and the scary
√ Having the confidence to back yourself with 100% conviction when the chips are down
Two managers of equal skill and opportunity can have vastly different success based on:
√ How much time they are given to explore the inevitable challenges
√ How safe they feel to do that exploration
√ Their emotional intelligence and their mindset
Hence Management Mastery.
New courses for Alice Springs, Tennant Creek and Coober Pedy coming soon.
Take advantage of being in a real room (not a Zoom room) and unpack your workplace challenges with real-time solutions and feedback.
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Why Corporate Coaching?
We deal with the usual challenges, but the added pressures of distance, resources, a limited workforce and less professional development opportunities make managing regional organisations and teams unique. We need to find smarter ways of managing, because no matter how hard we work, overcoming those challenges can be a relentless and tireless task.
Corporate coaching can help regional and remote executives and teams navigate a way through challenges, to meet KPI’s and deliver organisational and individual success.
If you’re committed to moving your organisation, team and career forward, read on to find out how.
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