Personal & Team Potential
We strongly believe that everyone deserves to live a productive, meaningful and joyful life.
Because of this we’re committed to enabling our clients make the best use of who they are, what they are capable of and how they interact with the world, and to pushing back their own boundaries so they surprise themselves again and again.
We work from the basis of three Cs:
who are you? what do you value in life? what do you believe?
does who you believe you are – who you’re being – support your goals in life?
what CAN you do? what are your skills and abilities, both natural and learned?
how much are you making use of those skills and abilities now?
what can you LEARN to do that you don’t already do?
just what COULD you do, if you really put your heart and mind to it? how far could you go?
what do you dream of?
This approach works for individuals looking for routes to personal growth and development AND for teams, groups or departments (or even social or church groups) too – whoever you are, whatever you’re doing and wherever you’re wanting to go, we can help you get there. And if you’re not sure where you want to go, what you want to do or who you need to be, then we can definitely help!
Get in touch via our contact form, or just email email@example.com or call 0845 111 0360 to talk about your wants and needs.
» Team Performance & Potential
We work with teams most often via team-focused events (on or off site, though in our experience off-site works best), sometimes run over a few days depending on team size, with follow-up at 4 and 12 weeks.
Some of the indicators that your team would really benefit from some performance-oriented time are:
- more than 1/4 of your team members or more than 5 people in your team have changed (e.g. new recruits, change in size, changes in roles)
- your team has been recently put together, maybe for a specific task or project, or a new department or group has been created
- you have a new team manager
- you’d like to refresh your team’s energy and motivation with something different
- the people your team deals with have changed (e.g. after a reorganisation, changes in the market, a new senior management team)
By working through a series of individual, group and whole team activities, each member will gain a deeper appreciation of their own personality and preferences and that of their colleagues/team-mates and the team will go from strength to strength.
This kind of workshop is also great for formulating a team approach to proposals, influencing, communication strategies and other activities where the team has to present a coherent message.
» Personal Power & Potential
Personal work is most often in a coaching setting on a one-to-one or small group basis, though sometimes it is part of a larger training or consulting contract with business clients.
Some of the indicators that you would benefit from coaching are:
- a similar type of problem or issue keeps cropping up in your life
- something has changed recently and it’s been less than easy to deal with
- you find yourself asking, “Is this it?” or wondering if there’s something more fulfilling you could be doing with your time
- there’s a key decision you need to make but you’re feeling stuck or unsure as to what to do
- you’d like to be able to improve certain skills or abilities but despite knowing what to do you just don’t seem to be able to get there
- you have a persistent physical problem that appears to have no medical cause*
- you’ve lost your motivation at work (or outside) and are wondering how to get it back
Coaching on a one-to-one basis may only require a few sessions to deal with a particular issue. However, some clients like to take on a ‘life coach’ for a set period (often 6 months or a year) with whom they work on several aspects of their life to make definite and sweeping changes.
To find out more about coaching click here.
[* NOTE: Any advice we offer should in no way be taken as replacing or superceding a diagnosis from a medical or psychiatric professional. Despite empirical and research evidence that alternative and complimentary therapies can be at least as effective as 'standard' treatments in many cases, practitioners of such techniques are only legally allowed to claim that they can 'alleviate symptoms'.]