When they made the decision for Derek to take more of a back seat (on the golf course!) and for Claire to take over the reins, she recognised that she could benefit from some support to step into the role confidently and develop her leadership skills.
The CTO in DVS had achieved great results in improving his leadership behaviours. But when Covid struck, he found that with the additional pressure he reverted to type, struggling to keep up the progress he had made.
Faced with a fast-growing business filled with a number of managers with relatively little experience in leading a business, Tim and his partner were finding that lots of decisions were ending up with them.
Having experienced a period of growth, MD, George Evans, recognised that he was no longer able to be involved in everything that was going on and needed to find a way of empowering the team so he could start working ‘on’ the business rather than ‘in’ it.
When faced with a young team, Paul knew he needed to do something to pull them together into one that could work effectively and take the business forwards. Individually the team members were often experts in their fields, but they lacked vital leadership skills.
Following a thorough analysis and an employee survey, Spring Leadership helped the account board to devise a strategy to develop those members of the account who showed the greatest potential for a leadership position in the future.
When Gemma and her manager identified that she would benefit from support with some areas of business management, she sought help from Corine. The coaching sessions helped her see things in a completely different way, giving her not only the business skills she was looking for, but so much more besides.
The Touchwood business is a busy environment – it does a lot of different things, so keeping on top of the day to day operations had always been hard for Joe, let alone adding in a layer of management and the strategic planning activity that goes with it. It’s a problem we often see when a business begins a stage of fast growth.
Hameln wanted someone who had experience of industry and big business to take a look at what was going on and offer some advice and insight.
When Bruce recognised his business was growing, and workloads were increasing, he realised he needed to find a way to put the management capability and structure in place to meet the increasing demand.