PROGRAMS

‘Georgia was great to work with and her energy see no bounds.’

Irene Frisby, Global HR Director, Optiver

EMBEDDING FEEDBACK CULTURES

Training in isolation does not drive change. It’s a vital part of the process but it’s not the start or the end. Creating cultures where everyone in the organisation learns to give and receive feedback, in the everyday, is when they are in their ‘Feedback Flow’. Where they are highly capable and equally motivated. This requires a clever strategy.

When we create and sustain these feedback cultures it drives engagement, gets things done and creates profitable and thriving workplaces. This is not change management – it’s sustain management. It’s making feedback an everyday habit.

By embedding feedback, your organisation will:

  • Eliminate dependence on formal performance management and create a performance forward focus
  • Significantly improve productivity by teaching people to get things done
  • Create a culture of accountability and commitment
  • Teach individuals to own their own development
    Sustain the ‘great place to work’ attention to attract and retain employees and customers

EMBEDDING FEEDBACK CULTURES

Training in isolation does not drive change. It’s a vital part of the process but it’s not the start or the end. Creating cultures where everyone in the organisation learns to give and receive feedback, in the everyday, is when they are in their ‘Feedback Flow’. Where they are highly capable and equally motivated. This requires a clever strategy.

When we create and sustain these feedback cultures it drives engagement, gets things done and creates profitable and thriving workplaces. This is not change management – it’s sustain management. It’s making feedback an everyday habit.

By embedding feedback, your organisation will:

  • Eliminate dependence on formal performance management and create a performance forward focus
  • Significantly improve productivity by teaching people to get things done
  • Create a culture of accountability and commitment
  • Teach individuals to own their own development
    Sustain the ‘great place to work’ attention to attract and retain employees and customers

WORKING AS ONE

We all know the better the team, the better the performance. That’s a no brainer. What’s difficult is often navigating how to get there. How do we create the right environment? How do we hold others to account? Have people taken responsibility for the role they play? Learn how to disagree and problem solve well?

Creating a high-performance team doesn’t happen by accident. We need to address the things that get in the way of ‘working as one’, build capability and work around systems so it becomes a permanent habit. In this program we will;

  • Understand and agree on the conditions to work as one and become aware of the role we play when it comes to helping or hindering

  • Grow our levels of self-awareness and resilience so we can respond to situations and feedback in a productive way

  • Build a healthy relationship to conflict where we can address issues and debate in a way that builds trust and respect

  • Develop the tools to give and receive feedback in the moment and prepare well for the tough conversations

  • Solve real and current workplace problems while growing a toolkit of techniques

  • Embed the learning through harnessing current systems and processes and implementing new, so high-performance becomes the norm

Typical success outcomes from the program include;

  • People dealing with issues as they arise and build relationships as a result

  • The right people in the right jobs

  • The right problems being solved and clear decisions being made

  • An increase in self-awareness and self-responsibility

CREATING A CHECK IN CULTURE

People are increasingly asking for less formal reviews and more ‘in the moment’ conversations. When we do them well we can improve engagement by over 40%. Because how we gather matters. Yet we still fall trap to ‘task driven’ catch ups that keep things operational not inspirational.

This program helps you understand what it takes to create a team or workplace that deals with issues as they arise, in a way that grows performance and engagement. To grow a check in culture Georgia will focus on;

  • What people are looking for in their catch ups
  • How to balance quality and quantity
  • The role of the manager and of the employee
  • How to measure success and improve as we implement
  • Building the capability of leaders to grow their people and themselves

WORKING AS ONE

We all know the better the team, the better the performance. That’s a no brainer. What’s difficult is often navigating how to get there. How do we create the right environment? How do we hold others to account? Have people taken responsibility for the role they play? Learn how to disagree and problem solve well?

Creating a high-performance team doesn’t happen by accident. We need to address the things that get in the way of ‘working as one’, build capability and work around systems so it becomes a permanent habit. In this program we will;

  • Understand and agree on the conditions to work as one and become aware of the role we play when it comes to helping or hindering

  • Grow our levels of self-awareness and resilience so we can respond to situations and feedback in a productive way

  • Build a healthy relationship to conflict where we can address issues and debate in a way that builds trust and respect

  • Develop the tools to give and receive feedback in the moment and prepare well for the tough conversations

  • Solve real and current workplace problems while growing a toolkit of techniques

  • Embed the learning through harnessing current systems and processes and implementing new, so high-performance becomes the norm

 

Typical success outcomes from the program include;

  • People dealing with issues as they arise and build relationships as a result

  • The right people in the right jobs

  • The right problems being solved and clear decisions being made

  • An increase in self-awareness and self-responsibility

CREATING A CHECK IN CULTURE

People are increasingly asking for less formal reviews and more ‘in the moment’ conversations. When we do them well we can improve engagement by over 40%. Because how we gather matters. Yet we still fall trap to ‘task driven’ catch ups that keep things operational not inspirational.

This program helps you understand what it takes to create a team or workplace that deals with issues as they arise, in a way that grows performance and engagement. To grow a check in culture Georgia will focus on;

  • What people are looking for in their catch ups
  • How to balance quality and quantity
  • The role of the manager and of the employee
  • How to measure success and improve as we implement
    Building the capability of leaders to grow their people and themselves

YOUR FLAWSOME LIFE PROGRAM

Are you someone who wants to become more self-aware, in a good way?
Do you want to understand what triggers you have and reduce them over time?
Someone who wants to become a better friend, partner, parent or leader?
Ultimately do you want to make peace with who you are, without all the bloody expectations?

If you do, you will become easier to be around, kinder on yourself and better at what you do. Really.

After 10 years of researching, teaching and speaking to thousands of people I know that the feedback we give ourselves dictates how we connect to others and to ourselves. Understanding what we chose to believe, how we react and our ability to rewire is the key to making peace with who you are and what you’ve got.

A flawsome life is better than making peace with your flaws. It’s knowing that without them – you would not be you. They are a part of you and nothing to be ashamed of. We all have them. It’s part of our humanity. Yet we create this internal tension when we don’t live up to the expectations. The ones others have created for us and the ones we’ve believed. We are so freakin’ hard on ourselves. And it doesn’t serve you or those around you.

When you are not self-aware you cannot see them, nor will you accept responsibility for them. There is no growth in that. If you don’t accept your full self then that creates conflict in yourself and a push back on others because what they tell you is contrary to what you want to be. It’s a cray cray space. And it’s not true.

This program helps you understand that who you are, how you lead and how you roll is ok. When you can do that, you can move forward faster, because resistance no longer exists and peace is your calling card. How cool is that?

So what’s this flawsome program all about?
We are glad you asked. You will be learning and sharing with other amazing humans who have chosen to be curious and brave enough to grow. There are three principles that we will explore and play with to make peace with our flawsomeness:

1. Understand your triggers
Have you ever played a character in a play? Or been in a band, or part of a group presentation or played in a team sport? For you to play your role you would have been looking for cues from someone else. Whether the cue was a phrase, a look, a movement, you would have looked for it to indicate it was your turn. Ideally anyway.

Identifying the things that trigger you off in life is the same. But if you don’t know what to look for, you won’t get to learn about the role you play when life, people or circumstances trigger you into a response. The reactions become things that either help us grow, and those around us, or hinder this growth. When we stay in our stress responses we are trapped. We don’t seek what’s true and what’s not.

2. Seek the truth
The truth is tricky. What’s the truth in conversations or situations? Is it what you think, or another’s perspective? Maybe it’s a combo of both. Maybe it’s neither. Reconciling what you believe about yourself and the impact it has on those around you is where you learn. It might not be comfortable at the start but when you use this as data to help you grow, it becomes freeing.

We need to remain open to whatever is coming our way. When we treat feedback as information, not a personal attack, the learning begins. When we react poorly, and stay in our triggers, we stifle our opportunity to evolve. It’s the curiosity and our search for truth when the magic begins. It’s fear that holds us back from moving into our transformation.

3. Continue your transformation
This is where your courage lies. The courage to be open to many truths, to know that one person’s perspective of you is just that – their perspective. It’s not automatically adopting others’ beliefs, or punishing them for having them. It’s seeing it as an opportunity to add to what you already know. The aim is to add to your pool of knowledge, not diminish it.

Transformation is endless and it requires discomfort.  To know that you are perfectly flawed. That you are awesome because of your flaws. It’s the differences in each other that make us valuable. We just need to learn how to embrace our inner flawsome. To learn that the journey to being whole, is learning to be holey.

If you want to explore the fully flawed and awesome you in a way that feels safe, that is at a pace that you get to control and that will help you walk away with more self love and compassion then come on board.

The program includes;

  1. 5 x online sessions fortnightly
  2. A 1 on 1 coaching session with yours truly before the group program begins
  3. Your program pack which includes your copy of Flawsome, your program notebook and some other goodies

Read more

YOUR FLAWSOME LIFE PROGRAM

Are you someone who wants to become more self-aware, in a good way?
Do you want to understand what triggers you have and reduce them over time?
Someone who wants to become a better friend, partner, parent or leader?
Ultimately do you want to make peace with who you are, without all the bloody expectations?

If you do, you will become easier to be around, kinder on yourself and better at what you do. Really.

After 10 years of researching, teaching and speaking to thousands of people I know that the feedback we give ourselves dictates how we connect to others and to ourselves. Understanding what we chose to believe, how we react and our ability to rewire is the key to making peace with who you are and what you’ve got.

A flawsome life is better than making peace with your flaws. It’s knowing that without them – you would not be you. They are a part of you and nothing to be ashamed of. We all have them. It’s part of our humanity. Yet we create this internal tension when we don’t live up to the expectations. The ones others have created for us and the ones we’ve believed. We are so freakin’ hard on ourselves. And it doesn’t serve you or those around you.

When you are not self-aware you cannot see them, nor will you accept responsibility for them. There is no growth in that. If you don’t accept your full self then that creates conflict in yourself and a push back on others because what they tell you is contrary to what you want to be. It’s a cray cray space. And it’s not true.

This program helps you understand that who you are, how you lead and how you roll is ok. When you can do that, you can move forward faster, because resistance no longer exists and peace is your calling card. How cool is that?

So what’s this flawsome program all about?
We are glad you asked. You will be learning and sharing with other amazing humans who have chosen to be curious and brave enough to grow. There are three principles that we will explore and play with to make peace with our flawsomeness:

1. Understand your triggers
Have you ever played a character in a play? Or been in a band, or part of a group presentation or played in a team sport? For you to play your role you would have been looking for cues from someone else. Whether the cue was a phrase, a look, a movement, you would have looked for it to indicate it was your turn. Ideally anyway.

Identifying the things that trigger you off in life is the same. But if you don’t know what to look for, you won’t get to learn about the role you play when life, people or circumstances trigger you into a response. The reactions become things that either help us grow, and those around us, or hinder this growth. When we stay in our stress responses we are trapped. We don’t seek what’s true and what’s not.

2. Seek the truth
The truth is tricky. What’s the truth in conversations or situations? Is it what you think, or another’s perspective? Maybe it’s a combo of both. Maybe it’s neither. Reconciling what you believe about yourself and the impact it has on those around you is where you learn. It might not be comfortable at the start but when you use this as data to help you grow, it becomes freeing.

We need to remain open to whatever is coming our way. When we treat feedback as information, not a personal attack, the learning begins. When we react poorly, and stay in our triggers, we stifle our opportunity to evolve. It’s the curiosity and our search for truth when the magic begins. It’s fear that holds us back from moving into our transformation.

3. Continue your transformation
This is where your courage lies. The courage to be open to many truths, to know that one person’s perspective of you is just that – their perspective. It’s not automatically adopting others’ beliefs, or punishing them for having them. It’s seeing it as an opportunity to add to what you already know. The aim is to add to your pool of knowledge, not diminish it.

Transformation is endless and it requires discomfort.  To know that you are perfectly flawed. That you are awesome because of your flaws. It’s the differences in each other that make us valuable. We just need to learn how to embrace our inner flawsome. To learn that the journey to being whole, is learning to be holey.

If you want to explore the fully flawed and awesome you in a way that feels safe, that is at a pace that you get to control and that will help you walk away with more self love and compassion then come on board.

The program includes;

  1. 5 x online sessions fortnightly
  2. A 1 on 1 coaching session with yours truly before the group program begins
  3. Your program pack which includes your copy of Flawsome, your program notebook and some other goodies

Read more