Leadership team facilitation
It is a well-evidenced that team performance makes or breaks organisational success. Steve's approach combines team development at the same time as working on vital strategic issues. This ‘workout’ method has proven time and again to be a highly successful approach. Steve has delivered sessions at the highest level often helping resolve long standing ‘blockages’ to high performance. With skills and experience drawn from performance psychology, mediation, business insight and extensive global experience with multi-national, multi-cultural teams he is often the go-to consultant in times of threat and opportunity.
“As CEO of a number of entities within a large FTSE listed organisation, I have worked with Steve regularly over a period of 12 years. His support in helping me build effective leadership teams in various business that I led, has enabled our organisation to deliver some extraordinary results.”
CEO and Finance Director Global Organisation
Steve provides coaching at C-suite level and Executive Coaching both on-line and face-to-face for organisations of all sizes from some of the world’s biggest corporations to small high-growth tech companies seeking to consolidate and build on their early success. He has completed assignments in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and the USA and for leaders working in Financial Services; IT and software; Food and Beverage, Professional practice and not-for-profit.
Crossroads Coaching for leaders
This is coaching which blends the personal and the professional. It takes the insights from: executive coaching, sports and performance psychology and therapeutic practice to support significant life changes where a new mindset as well as new behaviours is the door to success.
It is focused in leaders who are a critical point in their careers or indeed their lives. At a tipping point where a new direction and / or a new approach to life is needed. The crossroads may be - a new role, a time to change old assumptions about what works and what doesn't, a feeling a being stuck-in-your-success.
Increasingly I have found in my work as a coach and mentor that some of the most talented people I was working with, needed to work out as much what to put down and to let go of, as to decide what to pick up and develop. Steve Carter
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