Teams & Business
Imagine what would happen if the members of a rowing team were each trying to go in a different direction. Team members would be frustrated, energy would be wasted, and the team may not even make it to the finish line.
Getting both teams & individuals to understand the purpose of their team and role and align goals with the overall organisation results in higher engagement, higher productivity, and much less frustration.
Managing Team Effectiveness
An effective team can achieve incredible results, however, there is more to an effective team than just results. Effective teams know how they contribute to the overall success of the organisation, what the team goals are and how each individual contributes towards those goals. They support one another and have tools to resolve conflict. Team members and leaders have regular discussions about performance and receive corrective feedback.
Building Better Habits & Behaviours
For individuals – understand how habits are formed, how to identify and understand your default habits and develop strategies to build good habits and break bad ones.
For teams – just as individuals can develop bad habits they aren’t aware of, so can teams. We find it attractive to imitate the habits of those around us. What bad habits are you allowing in your team – gossip, tardiness, missed deadlines?
Making the most of a year
“The trouble is, you think you have time.” Buddha
This workshop helps with identifying your most important priorities, professional and personal, breaking them into quarterly and monthly plans and then developing the habits and discipline to make them happen.
Implementing a Goals Group
The benefit of Goals Groups at work has been backed by research performed by Gallup Inc – employee engagement lifted and organisational performance was boosted. Other benefits were also a stronger work culture, measurable goal-achievement by executives and front-line employees, and improvement in health and wellness.
This was equally so whether the goals were personal or business goals as success is contagious. Seeing others succeed allows people to imagine succeeding at their own goals.
Contact us to help with setting up goals groups in your workplace.
Effective Time Management
How you spend your day will determine what you achieve. According to the Wall Street Journal, the average employee wastes 40% of their workday because they were never taught the skills to cope with increasing workloads and demands.
This workshop will empower you with strategies to take back control of your time by identifying what is important, prioritising tasks and overcoming procrastination in a way that suits the individual. When done well, effective time management not only increases productivity, but helps you become more confident, less stressed, and better positioned to realise long term personal and organisational goals.
Finance for Non-Finance
Managers are increasingly expected to understand, interpret and explain financial decisions and issues, yet, most managers have little or no finance training.
This practical guide to understanding financial information will provide managers and business owners with effective financial skills to enable them to identify the impact of their decisions and improvements in the financial performance of their business.
Faith has a unique background of accounting (CPA) and formal training in human psychology and behaviour. She has worked with organisations ranging from large FMCG companies, accounting practises and not for profit organisations across Finance, Sales, Marketing, Project Management and Corporate Restructure. In addition to her corporate background she has also been involved in the start-up of several businesses.
Businesses and individuals working with Faith gain the benefit of both her in-depth knowledge of human behaviour and psychology and her total 15 years of corporate and business experience. Described as “the only ‘finance’ person I know that can also train and engage a room”, Faith understands how to engage and motivate individuals assisting them to reach their full potential.