Month: December 2017

Getting New Year’s Resolutions to stick

  As we head into the New Year weekend, many people will be taking the opportunity to look back on 2017. I like to do a bit of “GUBA” myself – reflecting on the year and thinking what made it Good, Ugly, Bad and Awesome.   I find thinking about all those Good and Awesome

Our Christmas Wishes

As we come to the end of another amazing year at LE Towers, we’re all looking forward to a relaxing and re-energising Christmas with our loved ones On our last morning in the office, (fuelled by Bucks Fizz and smoked salmon blinis!), we’ve been sharing some great memories of the year… of new team members

Influencing and Collaboration with SCARF

The cold weather may have had many of us reaching for our hats and scarves and it was no different in the training room this week, with a group of delegates using Dr David Rock’s SCARF model to hot up their influencing skills. As part of a programme to develop agility as internal consultants, the

Staring at the Scoreboard with Five Dysfunctions of a Team

We love a challenge and last week a team event for senior leaders required some ‘warrior moments’ from one of our Team Coaches, to ensure a high support/high challenge session moved the team forwards. A key moment came when interpreting the results of the team’s Five Dysfunctions of a Team (Patrick Lencioni) assessment questionnaire. The

Busting Beliefs in time for Christmas!

For organisations embarking on a change programme, it’s the perfect time of year to introduce an approach for busting unhelpful beliefs that create resistance to change.  All thanks to Father Christmas! At a client conference last week, Patrick Marr (Leading Edge, Owner Director) introduced the group of 120 leaders to a process what will enable