Daunted by the Prospect Of Leading Others?
Step into your next leadership role with confidence and empower your team to succeed
Leading a team for the first time?
You’re great at what you do, now your success is measured by what others do
Have you recently stepped into a new role? Or maybe you’re just about to take the leap into leading others?
It can be daunting. You’re recognised as being great at whatever it is you do – after all, that’s why you’ve been promoted – but achieving through others is a different kettle of fish.
Your headspace may be filled with lots of questions:
- “Do I have what it takes to be a great leader?”
- “How will I establish credibility with my team and peers?”
- “What’s needed to bring out the best in each team member?”
- “How will I manage the volume of work?”
- “What if I fail?”
I’m here to help you make the transition into the kind of leader you aspire to be.
What People Are Saying
Confidential conversations about your leadership
Explore what makes you an effective leader and learn how to deal with your potential ‘derailers’
One of the toughest challenges, when you step into leadership for the first time, is that it can be hard to know where to go to for support.
Other team leaders and peers can seem so much more experienced. The team you once worked in may now be the team you manage. You want to make a good impression with your own manager and are hesitant to disclose areas of self-doubt.
Who can you talk to when you’re finding your way?
This is where our conversations come in. I offer a safe and confidential space for you to think through your priorities. I help you connect with what you enjoy doing, where your strengths lie and identify any potential ‘derailers’ that can take you off course.
What People Are Saying
Bring out the best in yourself and in others
The better you are, the more you bring out the best in your team
Who was your best ever leader?
If you’ve had the pleasure of working with an inspirational leader, I imagine they were someone who gave you time, who listened to you, believed in you and challenged you to excel.
I imagine they also recognised and understood different working styles and preferences within their team members, and could bring people together to harness the potential of the whole.
What kind of leader do you aspire to be? What impact do you want to have? How committed are you to being the best you can be?
Becoming the leader you’re capable of being requires intention and attention.
Together, we can discover how!