Tom has worked in leadership and performance for over 10 years. He has worked extensively in the business and sporting worlds enabling effective behaviours, growing leadership and helping teams become high-performing entities rather than just groups of people put together. He has worked at CEO, executive team and aspiring leader level, across a broad range of industries.
- ALWAYS BE LEADING -
“I believe in partnering with people to create sustainable ways of succeeding. We all have personal best practices, we just need to find out what they are and the way to remain focused on them.”
“Every person has the right to create their own form of ‘remarkable’ within their working environment. But it’s important to recognise that people don’t work in isolation, rather as part of a system. Our job is to find the best way to work in conjunction with that system. Personal and interpersonal understanding are thus crucial components of excellence – it’s often the really tough conversations that are required to create that excellence.”
“A good engagement is one that allows people to apply the thinking to themselves practically, right there and then – giving them the opportunity to answer some of their own questions, both stimulating and entertaining at the same time. Everyone loves a good story too!
TEAMS & COMPANIES I'VE WORKED WITH
Some kind words from great people...
“I believe Tom was indispensable to our Currie Cup campaign. He got the team thinking and communicating at a level we hadn’t been at before. As a team and as individuals we developed a lot from his sessions. He was also a great guy to have in the team environment.”
— Huw Jones,
Scotland Rugby International
TOM'S SEA MODEL
Your narrative or perspective on a situation, whether conscious or unconscious profoundly impacts behaviour. What are your stories?
What is your team’s story?
The physical ennvrionent as well as the general fragrance created by leadership enables or disables certain behaviours. Are you aware of the fragrance that exists within your team or organisation?
The habits and routines that exists determine the quality of outcome. Each habit/routine has a knock-on effect to other behaviours. These behaviours may or may not help drive performance. What habits do you or your team have? Were you intentional about setting them up?