Developing Leaders

Leadership is very different to what it was a decade ago. It requires a dramatically different knowledge and skill set to establish and lead often diverse, multi-cultural, dispersed or virtual teams. Navigating such teams to effective performance without the right kind of help can be a difficult proposition.

It requires a shift from control to influence. And it needs a shift from thinking about one dimension of effectiveness to dealing with several dimensions of team identity and communication. Experience and research have both shown that when leaders are given the opportunity to prepare for these hitherto unfamiliar and complex challenges in a structured and systematic way, they can easily learn to devise the right set of approaches to leading in the modern era.

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Between a rock and a hard place?

Between a rock and a hard place?

Managing change

Change is an inevitable part of our working lives.

And it doesn’t matter whether that change originates from inside or outside our organisations, how we deal with it defines our success - or failure.

Isolated at the top?

Isolated at the top?

Coaching CEOs

It is all too easy for those at the helm to become isolated. Partnering with an executive coach gives CEOs a uniquely safe and creative way to develop new perspectives and new capabilities. Coaching provides a place to cultivate and extend their repertoire of actions.

Navigating multicultural leadership?

Navigating multicultural leadership?

Developing Leaders

Leadership is very different to what it was a decade ago. It requires a dramatically different knowledge and skill set to establish and lead often diverse, multi-cultural, dispersed or virtual teams. Navigating such teams to effective performance without the right kind of help can be a difficult proposition.

Teams in trouble?

Teams in trouble?

Building Teams

Teams run into trouble in all sorts of ways for a variety of reasons. They may struggle to work collectively as a team - because of personality differences or clashing styles of working. They may be a new team, still forging a sense of identity and finding a way to build positive working relationships.

What people say

Tammy brings a wealth of experience and a deep understanding of people and their interactions to her consultancy work. She is creative and responsive and able to build rapport with a wide range of people, building teams and developing shared understanding of objectives and goals. Phillip Berechree, FCIPD Head of Commissioning, Workforce and Provider Development, Westminster City Council
I had largely given up hope that I would find a coach who truly offered what I have hoped for, and who represented value for money for the organisation I serve. I'm pleased to report this is no longer the case! Tammy has revived my faith in coaching and is warm, creative and challenging. She helps me bring something new and fresh to my work, I work differently because I am coached by Tammy and that for me is what it’s all about.Alison Simpson, Assoc. Director, BSMH Foundation Trust
The 1:1 coaching has been hugely helpful to me – just to have a safe space to discuss the issues I have been struggling with. I felt able to trust completely. The work with the team has also been beneficial and I was again aware that individually and together there was trust in your facilitation. I think your excellent listening skills and groundedness were hugely helpful. Jane Pettingell, CEO, Generate UK
Thank you very much for your positive contributions to my self-development. You have contributed immensely to my professional life. I only knew you for six months and you gave me an entry key to my inner-self and my leadership skills. Semi Adekunle, Barnet Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust