Outcome: Embedding a coaching-inspired questioning mindset throughout the organisation.
We will work closely together to identify how we might embed curiosity at all levels of the organisation to help ensure everything you do is aligned with the overall vision. This means becoming crystal clear about desired outcomes, making smarter decisions, conserving energy and resources and accomplishing more of what truly matters.
It means shining a light on every aspect of the organisational experience. You’ll find some sense of how I see questions in Leadership & Curiosity. Please take the time to read (i.e., scan) to the end as you’ll find a whole series of questions you can ask today!
It means spending a day or two each week working with senior leaders and key staff to help nurture the organisation’s culture and ensure alignment in terms of vision and values.
It may also mean spending some time at your headquarters working alongside all levels of the organisation to get a sense for the true lived experience and for those questions that will make a difference.
The actual content of this role will inevitably continually evolve as the organisation grows and changes.
Outcome: Identifying blind spots and uncovering fresh possibility.
In addition to having experience as a project manager, in management, leading a start-up and running my own businesses for over two decades, I have served in a series of leadership capacities for non-profits in recent years and continue to do so. I would therefore also be open to exploring possibilities around further advisory and board roles, both voluntary and remunerative.
Having spent most of my career outside traditional organisational settings, I bring a fresh, question-led approach honed as a result of my Masters in Personal and Management Coaching. This enables me to identify blind spots and uncover new possibilities.