STEP 1

LET’S FIRST GET
ALL THE LEADERS
IN FULL POWER

When you board a plane, one of the safety instructions is to put your oxygen mask first before helping others. If leaders on all levels are not first helping themselves, they cannot guide others and make their team bring results. These challenging times require all leaders to be in full power for the company to be on a higher energy level (again).

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WHY?

COPING WITH RISK

We used to assume the future was bright. Now, most leaders assume the future is challenging, and need to cope with it.

FEEL GOOD, LEAD GOOD

Personal and mental health are under pressure nowadays. Getting new ‘oxygen’ helps leaders to be a better leader for others.

NEW BEHAVIOR NEEDED

A great new leader is hidden inside many people … it requires an external coach to make that leadership visible.

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HOW?

PERSONAL COACHING

Let an external coach help you, and your leaders, to cope with todays and tomorrows challenges.

SCRUM MENTORING

Mid-term results are hard to obtain with a stringent plan – we help you evolve and adapt towards them.

EMERGENCY CALLS

Every leader has those days, when the lights go out. One or two sessions often suffice to switch them back on.

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RESULT?

DIRECT IMPACT

When leaders are in top shape, this immediately impacts the functioning of the business – and its results.

INDIRECT IMPACT

Great leaders ensure great people and great clients stay with the company for the long term.

HUGE LEVERAGE

Investing in leaders, is one of the most important levers for future results in difficult times.

OFFERING

EXPERTISE & TOOLS

NEWS

  • Firms with more sustainability news releases are associated with higher stock returns
    School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, MDPI 2018
  • To prosper over time, every company must not only deliver financial performance, but also show how it makes a positive contribution to society
    Larry Fink - 2018
  • 47% of GenZs and 46% of millennials have the ambition to make positive impacts on society
    Deloitte - 2019 Millennial Survey
  • Any organisation designed to be successful in the 20th century, is doomed to failure in the 21st century.
    David S. Rose
    Source
  • Measuring success based on turnover growth, margins and profit is not enough. We also need to understand net impact.
    Casper Van Koskull - 2020
  • Shares in companies that implement environmental, social and governance policies are more likely to rise
    The Telegraph, 2014
  • To prosper over time, every company must not only deliver financial performance, but also show how it makes a positive contribution to society
    Larry Fink - 2018
  • 75% of consumers expect brands to make more contribution to our wellbeing and quality of life, yet only 40% believe brands are doing so
    Willem van der Schoot - Havas Lemz, 2017