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  • Helen

We all know a group of high performing individuals does not equate to a high performing team (HPT). We have probably been in teams and experienced this first hand! Now, with all the change and uncertainty around us, it is even more important to recognise that we can’t lead or succeed on our own. Our team is key!

I am working with a team right now on their journey to become a HPT. Today we will be talking about how close they feel they are to having a clear purpose, effective external and internal processes, strong relationships, learning and leading together (Clutterbuck). If any urgent gaps come through in that discussion we will talk about how they will address it.

If you need help with your team’s HPT development journey, please get in touch.

#hightperformingteam #teamwork #teamcoaching #teameffectiveness

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  • Helen

I was back in my home town in the week-end (again). A beautiful part of the world. I don’t think I appreciated how beautiful it was when I was growing up there. Having travelled to and lived in many places around the world, I still get a huge sense of comfort walking the paths (or beaches in this case) that I did as a child. Spend as much time in nature as you can - there is plenty of evidence that even looking at pictures of nature have a positive impact on wellbeing. Go on….. go for a walk!

If you would like to talk through how to integrate activities that boost wellbeing into your life please get in touch.


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  • Helen

Updated: Oct 12, 2020

As we work through the challenges of current times, don’t lose sight of your customers and ensure you are meeting their needs. After all, if you don’t, you no longer exist.

I am currently working with a team to help them identify their stakeholders/customers and ensure their focus in on the right ones. Also remember the “loudest are not always the most important”. We are using the model below to structure conversations. First segmenting stakeholders into providers of information/services and customers of services, those who make decisions/govern and those who have influence. The next step is prioritisation in each area and identifying those that are vital. (BTW - turns out the loudest aren’t the most vital for this team!)

If you would like some support to help our team re-focus on your customers, please get in touch.


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