There is a lot of talk out there about the “new Normal” and a lot of thinking about change in a post Covid19 World. At TCMP we think there is nothing “normal” about what is ahead of us, nor should there be – It’s not a “new normal”- it’s a new reality. There is nothing “normal” about the future we face and to normalise what is happening is to miss a wonderful opportunity to create a working space where people can truly find meaning and make a genuine contribution to the workplace.
As we return to the workplace and our communities, we have an opportunity to re-imagine how we want to those places to be. This opportunity may not come again for a long time or may come too quickly if we don’t rise to this occasion.
For a long time TCMP have been encouraging leaders to change the way they think about leading change and developing people. Indeed, the more we hear about leaders “driving change” the more we despair! The “illusion” of “driving change” is just that an illusion! In reality we are driving people to disengage, to exhaustion, to grandiosity and to a whole host of bad behaviours that we spend an awful lot of time trying to fix. For the last 15 years June Duffy has been working with leaders from a range of organisational settings to really help them deepen their self-awareness and their capacity to connect with others in authentic, meaningful and motivational ways that truly engages others – we have now taken this offering online and have designed an Executive coaching package that will support leaders over the next 12 months.
This is a flexible Coaching Programme to suit the way leaders need to work now. We have two offerings consisting of 10 or 20 hours coaching – available over a period of 6 – 12 months. This focus on hours versus sessions allows leaders to access this coaching support in whatever time capsules they require. To find out more call June on 086 2301520 or email email@example.com
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