Learn to Authentically Engage With Your Employees and Drive Higher Engagement
As a business leader, your busy schedule can cause you to delay or dismiss your team’s ideas or pressing issues. Even if unintentional, this can lead to your employees losing confidence in their overall value to your business.
By taking time to understand what’s happening “on the ground,” you will :
Here's How a Corporate Q & A Roundtable Works
Most employees want to be heard. Many team members also want an opportunity to contribute to meaningful change that has a transformative impact. Holding a Company Q & A Roundtable at your organisation offers your team a safe place to work through a pressing business challenge.
1. Schedule a pre-roundtable session
We'll discuss your pressing challenges, prioritise key issues and set an overarching objective for your Q & A Roundtable.
2. Hold your Q & A roundtable
I will facilitate an internal discussion, supporting you and your team to reach a shared understanding of key issues. I will also offer insights based on my 20+ years of experience leading complex projects.
3. Implement your solutions
Ideas and solutions are just the beginning, implementation is what creates change. After your Roundtable, I'll provide key actionable implementation steps for you and your team.
What Others Are Saying About Stuart
“Stuart has a can-do attitude and always looks for innovative and creative ways to solve problems.”
Director Delivery Capability / Optus
Group Coaching - A Personalised Approach
Building High Performing Teams
Great leaders build future leaders through humility and exercising servant leadership traits. With a personalised group coaching program you can ensure your leadership team is set up for success to deal with a constantly disruptive and changing world. Group Coaching starts with the below components:
What About Corporate Culture?
High performing teams need a high performance culture. To drive High Performance, businesses need to proactively review these four critical drivers, look for weaknesses and improve: