Teaching leadership development and communication skills to create an engaged and creative workforce.

Did you know?

  • A 2016 Gallup poll found that only 18% of managers demonstrate a high level of talent for managing others – meaning a shocking 82% of managers aren’t very good at leading people.
  • Gallup estimated that this lack of leadership capability costs U.S. corporations up to $550 billion annually.
  • Poor leadership, can create low morale, which can create a toxic work environment.
  • A UK survey showed that 37 per cent of people did not believe their job made “a meaningful contribution to the world”.
  • In “The Cost of Poor Communications,” David Grossman reported that a survey conducted on 400 companies with 100,000 employees “cited an average loss per company of $62.4 million per year because of inadequate communication to and between employees.”

Great leadership and communication are often overlooked as an incredibly important tool that we require and utilise every single day. Poor leadership and communication can create toxic environments, harassment cases, a disengaged workforce, and poor moral.

I can help you embrace your natural leadership abilities, and communicate with empathy and clarity.

If you communicate in any way, you have influence. If you have influence you are, by default, a leader. So how do you want to lead?

We are all leaders. Whether you are a manager, a team member, a parent, a friend, a client, or a family member. You lead with your words, your silence, your actions and in action. It is time to lead with intent.

Mindful communication can avoid or remove conflict, ward of miscommunications, encourage effective teamwork, increase sales, and improve wellbeing.

How we communicate with ourselves, by the language we use and the metaphors we identify with, can also be a cause of self limiting beliefs, learned helplessness, and imposter syndrome.

Quite simply it doesn’t matter if you are communicating internally, or externally verbally in person, live on video, via social media, or your brand, you are casting a spell which can have massive influence if crafted correctly.

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