Common Issues

Developing the leaders of tomorrow

Leaders are now juggling the management of a multi-generational workforce, with rapid technological advances, the 'war for talent' and more competitors than ever. We work with organisations to develop adaptable and capable leaders who enable future success.

Why is it important to address this issue?

Psychological research suggests that 70% of today’s top performers lack the skills they need for success in future roles. Taking on new roles often requires a whole new set of skills, which leaders must learn quickly in order to transition successfully. Failing to transition is highly detrimental for the leader, as well as the organisation. 

It is crucial to appreciate that every leader is undergoing different transitions within a unique environment. Our research and experience with high performing leaders tell us that a generic, one-size-fits-all approach to leadership development is ineffective. A person-focused approach is essential.

Leaders need to develop both capability and adaptability to be able to navigate their team through ambiguity and onto success in the future. 

What problems do we help to solve?

  • “We need to develop leaders who can take on future leadership roles”

  • "We need to train our leaders as coaches, to motivate and develop staff"
  • “Our leaders require training in communicating vision and creating compelling stories”

  • “We need to develop our people for taking on first-line management roles”

  • “Our leaders need support at managing interpersonal relationships and having difficult conversations"

  • “We need to develop personal resilience in our leaders"

  • "We need to identify and develop possible leaders for remote teams"