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 The Lift Effect takes executives on a ride of a lifetime, using a network of people, experiences and processes to lift leadership performance. 

- Clare Goodman

The Lift Effect Blog

Technical managers lack leadership?

You are a senior manager with excellent technical skills and capabilities but you struggle with leading your team and making the transition from technical manager to an engaging and effective leader. You may be regarded as a high performer in your area of expertise, however you see the need to develop skills and confidence in leadership. You struggle with the shift from knowledge expert to people management and would like support to help you make the shift more smoothly.

Clare Goodman offers interventions that work.

Evaluating individual strengths and gaps of the new leader

  • 360 process
  • Strengths assessment
  • Personality tools
  • Analysis of individual derailers

Development of the individual leader

  • One to one coaching
    • Face to face
    • Telephone
    • Skype
  • Observed feedback with coach and actor
  • Video feedback with coach and actor
  • Shadow coaching

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Leaders not keeping up with organisational growth?

Your organisation is experiencing accelerated growth and senior managers are expected to take on leadership positions when they are not ready. What do you do? As the manager you can choose to make do, hire from outside the business or give those with high potential appropriate support to help them grow into their roles?

Managing growth is an art. Often people are placed in positions above their experience and comfort, some will fly and others falter. What can make the difference is targeted support to help the emerging leaders transform into the engaging and effective leader that your business needs to manage through the growingpains.

Clare Goodman offers interventions that work.

Step One
Evaluating the strengths and gaps of the emerging leaders;

  • 360 process
  • Strengths assessment
  • Personality tools
  • Analysis of individual derailers

Step Two
Development of high potential leaders

  • Leadership Development workshops focusing on leadership conversations
    • Visonary
    • Engagement
    • Coaching
    • Performance
  • Executive resilience programs – to build mental strength and stamina
  • Company based scenario’s with observed feedback by professional coaches
  • Executive Coaching program – individual or team

 

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Developing C-level leaders.

Attracting and retaining high potential employees should be on the agenda for all Executive teams. Where will the next generation of leaders come from? Most organisations have a gap between senior managers and executive team members, leading to a significant risk. New hires are risky and often fail.Developing existing talent encourages motivation and engagement across the business and acts to retain high potential employees.

Your executive team realise the benefits of developing high potentials within the business, but when you look at the existing talent there is a gap between their current capabilities and the executive level positions. There is no one C-Level ready!

Clare Goodman offers interventions that work.

Step One
Evaluation of high potentials via;

  • Actor based experential leadership scenario’s with observed feedback
  • 360 process
  • Strengths assessment
  • Personality tools
  • Analysis of individual derailers

Step Two
Development of high potentials – C-Level Ready

  • Neuroscience based leadership programs
  • Executive Coaching program – individual or team
  • Strategic experiential scenario’s with observed feedback
  • Senior Leader Resiliency Programs based on the latest neuroscience research incl;
    • Attention and focus
    • Mindfulness
    • Food
    • Exercise
    • Cognitive Strategies to maintain perspective

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