If a team is unhappy, the leader is often blamed and tasked with “sorting it out”. Yet, humans are complex and changeable. The causes of unhappiness can be many. It’s a not an easy task. Leaders can proactively use skills to neutralise conflict; create trust; have difficult conversations; encourage fun; and foster connection. All these things are within your control. We can teach you and your team how to thrive.
Leading across an organisation introduces issues and complexity that require a different skill set than leading a team. You need to create progress on challenges that don’t have obvious answers. You need to keep people motivated during change. You need to keep yourself going in demanding circumstances. To make the difference, you need to have a clear eye on how and where to apply your leadership.
Leaders are not superhuman. But if they choose to keep developing and growing, they do become more effective. With greater effectiveness comes increased satisfaction, pride and comfort. If you have a behaviour that is a drag on your leadership and generates negative feedback, it is possible to over-turn it and make it a source of strength. Our coaching techniques target precisely this dynamic.
You may be wondering, ‘how does Cru help its clients?’ Click on Learn More and you can find out more about the challenges clients entrust to Cru, and the collaborative approach we take to solving them. You can also read the thoughts of clients who have worked with Cru. The examples are anonymised to honour confidentiality but will give you a good sense of how we help leaders make the difference.
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Download Cru’s guide to Leadership that makes the Difference right here. You will benefit from immediately applicable, practical ideas and tools that will inspire and support you in your:
External world - your team and organisation.
Internal world - your confidence and motivation.
Your future world - your aspirations for your leadership and career.