There is something incredibly satisfying about delivering results. Aside from a sense of achievement, making meaningful progress is what motivates, inspires, and unites us.
Unfortunately, despite our best intentions, the progress and results we seek often allude us.
Over the last 20 years, I have seen firsthand the impact that poor execution has on people, progress and bottom line. We try and execute, but a lack of clarity or capability trips us up along the way.
I regularly speak with leaders who say that their teams are “busy” but that they are not getting anywhere either. They are not focussed on the right things or are struggling with a lack of execution in some way too.
This is why I do what I do.
I find most of the leaders and teams that I talk to want to be working on the right things. To have the courage to say “yes” to what matters, “no” to what doesn’t, and for their work to have meaning. They want to be able to deliver with confidence, make progress, and achieve results – for you and them.
Who I Work With
CIO & Tech Leaders
The technology landscape is changing fast. Aside from a growing list of priorities the pressure for IT to help improve the bottom line remains a punishing task. When our teams focus solely on tech, money gets wasted, tech debt occurs and IT’s brand gets ruined. Only teams that can develop solutions that are future-ready and cost-effective with stakeholders will succeed. Is your team ready?
While security remains high on the priority list of many Boards and CEO, as security leaders many of us continue to struggle with lack of buy-in and broader awareness. When our organisations pay lip service to what we do it can be frustrating. What do you and your team need to do differently to secure more stakeholder support and change your organisations view?
Never before has the role of HR been so crucial. The war on talent, acquiring new capabilities, improving operational excellence, and broader HR transformation all feature on the to-do lists of HR leaders. Our challenge? Making sure our HR managers and teams are ready to lead this amount of change too!
Legal & General Counsel
With significant disruption happening across many industries, our legal landscape is increasing in complexity as existing frameworks face pressure to adapt. How our legal teams move from compliance to collaborating with our stakeholders is key to future-proofing both our organisations and theirs. Are you ready?