Leadership-In-Action

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An Introduction to Leadership-In-Action

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Where does it hurt? Or: Why do you need “Leadership-In-Action”

 

  • Leadership gaps: The organization faces a business challenge that your team’s leadership capacity is no match for.
  • Action gaps. You have a plan – but how do you mobilize your team to implement it?
  • Brain drain. Your high-potential leaders are not moving to the next level. You are in danger of losing your most precious assets, your human capital.
  • Weak leadership. Your people are not leading effectively.
  • Indecisiveness. You have endless meetings without results. Everybody feels like they are wasting time.
  • Resistance. You get push-back on a change you want to make. You don’t know how to mobilize people for action.
  • Weak morale. Your people are demoralized; there is a lack of enthusiasm.
  • Clashes of personalities or cultures. Your team is not aligned; they don’t speak the same language; there is in-fighting.
What can “Leadership-In-Action” do for you? Or: what’s the value-add (ROI)?
  • It aligns your team around a bold business challenge.
  • It systematically develops your high-potential people and fills their leadership gaps (in self-awareness. social awareness, relationship building, vision, strategy and action).
  • It turns your people into a cohesive high-performance team.
  • It provides practical leadership tools that last, and lets you and your team practice them in the action of making change and producing results.
  • It spreads a culture of competent coaching in the organization.
  • It makes your people unstoppable: able to turn any breakdown into a breakthrough – in cost, speed or quality.
What does “Leadership-In-Action” cover?

Day 1:

  • The new landscape for leadership. The 3 Cs: Coaching, Communication, Cross-Cultural Savvy.
  • Leadership self-assessment
  • The Leadership Pyramid™: conversations of leaders
  • Vision lab: what is your strategic intent?
  • 100-Day Catalytic Projects

Day 2:

  • Coaching: core 21st century competence
  • The 12 building blocks of coaching
  • From breakdown to breakthrough
  • Catalytic projects; sustaining the momentum
Who is
“Leadership-In-Action” for?
  • Senior executives in industry, nonprofits and government.
  • High-potential managers and emerging leaders.
  • Functional departments or divisions facing an extraordinary challenge and/or performing below expectations.
  • Project / sales / cross-functional teams that don’t work well together.
  • Boards of directors who want to increase their team alignment and effectiveness.
  • Small and medium enterprises that need to be championship teams to make things happen.
Who are the facilitators?
  • They are practitioners with solid track-records of enhancing clients’ performance.
  • They have demonstrated a firm grasp of both teaching and living our methodology in action.
  • They are 100% committed to participants’ success.
  • They are coached by our CEO, Peg Thatcher.

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What do clients say?

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What makes our approach different?
  • Not a mere event but a sustainable process:
    • We interview participants to customize the process.
    • We design the process in partnership with you.
    • We care about ‘Monday morning’: how will participants implement the new strategy back in the office?
  • In action:
    • Participants design, declare and launch Catalytic Projects to in the action of producing results.
  • Cutting-edge methodology:
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What is the Swiss Consulting Group difference?

Australian and USA-based performance management and coaching company with coaches/trainers and facilitators available throughout the world.

Conventional Approaches SCG Approach
Rigid blueprints ignore opportunities Catalytic actions for systemic change
People treated as objects or obstacles People are the solution and the key agents
Good analysis but lack of follow-up Focus on hands-on actions and results
Quick-fix attitude at symptom level Attacking the roots of problems
Fragmentation and cultural clashes Full communication. Differences are contributions
Non-specific, cumbersome solutions Details are integral to the solution
Theory and planning, but status quo Breakthrough results
Coaching leaders to meet the future

The 3 Cs of leadership:

Coaching
Communication
Cross-Cultural Strategy

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Contact us today to find out what the Swiss Consulting Group difference could make to your business.