I see that there are specific challenges in the business world for those with high-potential. People at all levels are afraid of losing their influence, confidence and sense of direction.
The reasons include the unrelenting focus on cutting costs and a constant need to innovate or change in order to stay relevant. You’re only as good as your most recent success.
The result is dramatic, unsustainable daily pressure, leaving people unable to see the wood for the trees. Worse still, you can sometimes become a scapegoat or see your business rapidly decline. You end up going around in circles, desperately trying to maintain a positive direction and momentum.
It’s OK, I have the solution.
My many years in business helping decision makers and investors decide who’s in and who’s out gives me a unique insight. I know what gets that endorsement.
I’ve been one of those business owners charged with reducing numbers in order to stay competitive. I’ve watched leaders in private conversations downplay a person’s technical skills in favour of someone more popular and politically savvy. I myself have been a corporate leader championed by the MD one month, only to be managed out by my boss the next.
With this knowledge and experience, I have created a powerful series of programmes both at sea and on dry land, that get overlooked high-potential people and their ideas firmly on the radar for all the right reasons.
My mission is to lift the veil and help you succeed despite your inner critic, and in spite of your adversaries. My clients come to me unclear how to realise their potential and leave me having already taken steps towards fulfilment.
If you think it’s about what you need to do, you are missing the point. It’s about how you do it.