Today’s managers are better educated, carry more responsibilities and are promoted sooner than any previous generation. Yet over half of them don’t fulfil their potential, derailed not by a lack of intelligence or drive but by limited self-awareness, an excessive reliance on capabilities that served them well in the past and a failure to seek out and master new skills.
We help managers to work effectively with direct reports, peers and bosses. In many instances, that means unlearning old habits and embedding new, more effective behaviours. We succeed where others fail because we understand that learning is easy but changing behaviour is tough.