“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.” (George Bernard Shaw).

We each have a position, an angle, an agenda when we are in the Tsunami. We have a hierarchy, culture, unwritten behavioural expectations.
Dealing with big issues in our organisation can be challenging. It can bring biases into play. We might get ‘our way’ but break the organisation in the process. Unfortunately to some, that’s ok.
For people playing for the ‘greater good’, calling in an external unbiased, objective resource that will cause you to really question and challenge yourself, to ensure you are getting the best outcome for all is a sign of a true leader.
Facilitation services typically take a team through unchartered waters where a series of progressive learnings or insights lead to an outcome that is to the overall benefit of the organisation.
Success is a process of discovery and respectful equality empowers people to dig deep and deliver results.

Main benefits:

  • Create connections, cooperation and recognise complimentary skills in the team.
  • Silence toxic lone wolves, who are not team players.
  • Challenge team ‘group think’.
  • Develop strategic plans, or trouble shoot poor performing ones.
  • Develop and critique projects purpose, scope and organisational fit.
  • Pose difficult questions.
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