Theme Four

Fighting Busy

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Here’s where we get even more practical, helping you as a leader decide what you actually do.  It includes a whole new approach to goal setting, prioritising and boundary-setting to keep you focussed. 

Practical sessions like redesigning meetings lead into building a transformational leadership mindset that owns projects, teams and initiatives rather than controlling them. 

The impact of this theme is efficiency, focus and empowerment, with significant bottom-line impact for your organisation.

or read on for a description of the sessions in Theme Four, and the follow-up work suggested between sessions


Theme Four Sessions

A New Style of Goals

Going wider than ever before to capture goals that really inspire you

Follow-up
Brainstorming goals exercise

Selecting Goals

Finalising a new set of goals for life and work

Follow-up
Build plans to accomplish those goals

Leadership and Goals

Living your Leader Brand - from Theme Two - in pursuit of your new goals. Identifying actions to intersect them

Follow-up
Practice your new actions

Priorities & Boundaries

Getting clear about what’s on mission, and learning to say no to the rest

Follow-up
Build new boundaries


Urgent versus Important tasks

Managing your choices is a whole new approach to time management

Follow-up
Redesign your calendar

Effective Meetings

Redesigning your meeting culture so it drives success rather than obstructing it

Follow-up
Practice new meetings

Controlling versus Owning

Your role as a leader is to Own the Culture, not Control the Tasks. What does that really look like?

Follow-up
Start the transition to Owning

Theme Review

Teach back session reviewing what you’ve learned, what’s changing, successes and failures