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Senior management teams and individual managers are the drivers of organisational success. Understanding the behaviours of high performing individuals, their impact to business results and the potential of high performing teams is well defined. To quickly shift results though, relies on targeted understanding, precision actions and performance momentum, which is rarely found.

Sport

Professional teams and elite individuals are consonantly looking for the edge in exceptional performance. Understanding team dynamics, game momentum shifts and individual derailers can appear simple but getting the right action at the right time separates the elite from others. Our proven results with cutting edge approaches guarantees results, fast.

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What They Saw

A team that played well under pressure, “ground out” wins and was challenged to play an open style of attack consistently.

What I Saw

A team which had not posted 50 points or more in 6 years. The team that had separated into two groups. One very conservative and cautious under pressure, the other very excitable. The conservative group would monopolise possession and when the excitable group (who had been waiting) gained possession they acted erratically and lost the ball. When the cautious group regained possession they weren’t going to give it back to the erratic group. This team did not need an opponent – they were playing themselves. Following discussions with Coaches and Captain the problem was resolved.

What Everyone Saw

A cohesive team focused on the opposition playing an open and attacking style of Rugby. Within two weeks this team posted 72 points against an opposition side, the highest in their history.

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What They Saw

A commercially brilliant manager on a fast track to Divisional CEO level. The need to enhance people skills to ensure strong team, peer and customer engagement.

What I Saw

Overly bold approach to decision making, strong drive for business results but at times at the expense of others; team, peers, and customers. Coupled with the bold approach there was a high intolerance for the mistakes and a remote approach to the needs of others. Examples such as little investment into the recognition, development and teaming of others outside of his own business. We also saw an overly strong focus on success while keeping himself isolated and aloof. Following a six month coaching program behaviour changes were made.

What Everyone Saw

Top quartile staff and customer engagement scores over a three year period. An accelerated rise through the management roles to Divisional CEO. Results against objectives are in excess of 270%.

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