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Yep, tech is changing the game. And it is only placing more importance and value on highly skilled people. The organisations that win the war for top talent are those that enjoy the spoils of victory.
Nope, I'm not much like the average consultant from one of the big four. Yes I have the similar credentials, but my unique background in elite sport and corporate worlds means I wont give you the same vanilla answers. If you want more of the same, by all means do what most do and stick with the status quo.
If not, here's the three big rocks I focus on with my clients.
There is a big difference between commitment and compliance. Commitment is the cornerstone of organisational capability and performance and it starts with the individual.
Most teams have talent, strategy and systems. Few have synergy. My team building workshops are grounded in your context and geared toward sustainable outcomes.
Amazing things are possible when people are engaged. Unfortunately most aren't. My programs focus on help you master the three essential elements that unlock engagement.
I have worked with coaches who are book smart, but have not lived their advice. Terry has done it and been doing it for a long time with some very high performers, I found his content and advice extremely practical and relevant. This helped me generate significant positive change in my business and my life.
I have a great appreciation for the energy you’ve put into helping our group become better leaders and more effective people.
I really could see The consideration given to practical implementation. Too many of these days result in no lasting change. Grant Butterris (CEO)
Terry presented particularly well, and one point of difference was the fact that he shared with us a practical tool to integrate his insights into our day to day lives. I would recommend this workshop to leaders looking to equip and support their teams for change.
I've never worked with a coach before, but from the first session I felt like Terry really understood my needs and as a result I took away many key learnings. He was excellent at provoking deeper thinking, so that the solutions almost presented themselves. He also took care to show me how and why his strategies worked. Emily Post
I've planned culture days in the past, and it can be very difficult to find someone who can tailor tailor the program to your needs or subject matter. The way this program was delivered felt very relevant to what we are working on as a team right now
I truly enjoyed the program since it gave me the opportunity to question the way I think and I got really valuable feedback on the way I am at work. In particular i appreciated the one to one sessions and practical activities involved. I found these elements helped me really personalise my learning and actually see how the concepts work in the real world. Jade Jones (Finance Manager)
Before this training, I felt that we struggled at times being candid, as our team operates on different continents. The experience helped us really get to know one another, and create stronger working bonds between staff, this is something we really needed.
This was easily the best development opportunity I have experienced and i would thoroughly recommend it to anybody who gets the opportunity. I got a huge amount out of the program by getting the time, opportunity and coaching to step back and take a look at my career and what I want from it. Most importantly for me were the small but tangible steps I could take to get to where I want to be.
I have attended many training's, and by far this is the most humanised experience i have ever had. Terry wasn't only able to teach, but was also a great example of principles that can be hard to convey during first interactions. What we learned helped us work together better, think clearer and find more meaning at work"
Before this program I was quite competent in creating healthy sustainable change in my own life, though I was not as confident in supporting others in my team to do the same. Rather than focusing on methods, this program taught me principles on how to effectively influence others and create an environment which enables others to self motivate. Importantly, I also realised I do not necessarily need to take on the role of 'strong, outgoing leader' in order to effect these changes.
Still with me? good. Because this is the point where you get to decide whether you want to explore the possibilities together, or default back to business as usual and accept more of the same. Totally up to you, but let me ask you a question: what are the long term costs if you do nothing, or keep doing the same?