Developing working relationships with a range of organisations we have delivered bespoke leadership programmes and sessions enhancing resilience as well as Team development days. One programme coordinator gave the following feedback, saying we “captivated & inspired the delegates from start to finish, and the overall feedback from his session was exemplary”.
Regularly asked to speak by companies on their examination of purpose, we are driven to help teams find their purpose. We have engaged our experience to support the transition of new staff into corporate environments, as well at large scale events and projects for organisations as broad as UK Fintechs and education bodies. Supporting the purpose of your organisation is core to our DNA.
Having created several organisational wellbeing programmes, we believe healthy teams are resilient teams, and more effective at pioneering diverse ideas and talent. Over the past year we have implemented a series of sessions for company-wide groups, weekly exercise classes, health & wellbeing lifestyle seminars, and resilience, nutrition and stress seminars.
We have supported the training of numerous Mental Health First Aiders within a number of companies. Designed to help teams to better support and understand the challenges faced by their team. Building knowledge and awareness of a range of mental health issues has helped to shape these leaders support of their teams.
Teaming up with 3Pillars Project we deliver team development sessions using sport and physical activity to build relationships. Our sessions are based on technical best practice and emphasise the building of positive team dynamics outside the office-setting and positive social impact to build human performance.

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The Impact of Leadership

Studies cited in ’The High Cost of Doing Nothing’ state that companies from seven of the world’s leading economies found that, on average, only 59% of work time is productive.

What gets in the way of higher employee productivity? There are three major causes:

• Insufficient planning and control (43%)

• Inadequate management (23%)

• Poor working morale (12%)