The Art & Science of Influence
We believe the best approach involves a balance of art and science. It’s the so called soft skills that deliver the hard results.
It is the art of performance.
It is the science of performance.
What we do
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The process always begins with a clearly defined business need or problem to solve.
Every scenario is different.
So, what’s your problem?
Our market has changed and we need to change direction to remain successful.
How do I get every person in the organisation to understand the role they play in delivering exceptional service?
This upcoming pitch is critical. We need to win!
How can I create a shared vision among the team?
There are too many opportunities stuck in the pipeline.
It’s all about price – how can we differentiate ourselves in this commoditised market?
Our leaders are each very talented but they don’t function well as a team.
How can we inject a little life and laughter into our annual conference?
It’s about more than just training. How can we really change behaviours?
How do we help technical experts become people leaders?
We have a new product and the sales team need the confidence to position it effectively with clients.
How can I have the difficult conversations with my clients?
Our meetings are ‘talk fests’. Nothing really gets done.
How do I unlock the potential of senior talent?
We are losing way too many pitches.
I’m drowning in work. How can I feel like a more effective leader?
Let us help you think differently about what is really going on.
The solution is always unique because your business is unique.
Once we team with you we won’t let go until we get an outcome.
Our recent articles
Back in March 2015 Bill Gates delivered a TED Talk declaring that the greatest risk of global catastrophe would come from a highly infectious virus. He then displayed this image on the screen.
Now as the world battles to cope with the novel caronavirus pandemic we listen to this speech with a very different perspective.
On this day one year ago, Jacinda Ardern delivered a compelling speech of quiet strength in the New Zealand parliament in the wake of the Christchurch Massacre.
Ardern was on the air, reassuring the nation and the citizens of Christchurch. She was on the ground, to show support, solidarity and leadership as soon as she could get there. Then, on 19 March 2019, she delivered this speech in the New Zealand parliament.
On the 4th of July, 1948, on the eve of the creation of the NHS in Great Briatin, once Health Minister Aneurin (Nye) Bevan delivered a vitriolic attach on the Tories.
Aneurin Bevan was a Welsh Labour politician and driving force behind the NHS. Despite significant opposition, he was successful in his campaign.