Real world results.
New skills that don’t get put to work are like a cheque that never gets cashed. Worthless. So I follow five principles to make the work, work.
Carefully craft experiences
All too often people dread training. They think about the work piling up while they are stuck in a program that moves a little too slow and is disconnected from their current reality. My programs are engaging, informative and highly interactive which pass the ultimate test: people rarely check their devices during the day.
Build behaviour change
We want people to change the way they work. For that to happen you have to move beyond vague intentions or loose commitments that people don’t find compelling. Every program I deliver includes a powerful process for people to build a series of new habits that help them start, and stick with, newly acquired skills.
Serve a bigger picture
The work we do needs to be part of a bigger plan to have any real impact. A change plan, business initiative, team intervention or leadership upgrade. Far too often consultants roll out a pre-fabricated program. I work relationally, not transitionally, and strive to be a strategic partner that builds a better future.
Fight the forgetting curve
Even the best run programs have to fight the forgetting curve. The fact that people forget a lot of what they learn as soon as they walk out of the room. Along with elegant resources that we guarantee won’t be filed and forgotten, participants receive a comprehensive 90-day post program support to encourage progress.
Don’t fight busyness
We are in a world where busy is the new normal. We are constantly overconnected, overcommitted and overwhelmed. So this is our starting point. The tools and techniques we provide have been designed to integrate and improve the way people work everyday. This means, they can invest less effort but have more impact.
Books I've written.
These books are free of the usual fluff and fist pumping rah-rah. Perfect for your next team building event or conference, they offer sound insights with just a sprinkling of advice.
Life is full of definable moments. Moments of meaning that can change the trajectory of our lives. Definable Moments provides a structure for success by providing a clear blueprint on how to master the moments that matter in life and business. Practical, pertinent and powerful, it is one of those rare books that will change how you work, lead and live.
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An idea shared can change the world; to change your world, expand your thinking. This elegant and inspiring book brings together twenty of Australia’s inspirational thought leaders to share their original perspectives on life and business. Indulge in new perspectives, expand your thinking and revel in this explosion of ideas.Buy now
We all have the ability to be extraordinary. Reaching into skills we didn’t know existed, to achieve the results we never thought were possible. But how do we tap into them? Check Up From the Neck Up is a modern motivational guide that should be on the closest coffee table of anyone who is looking to advance their personal and professional success.Buy now
What client’s value.
We brought in Andrew to audit the performance of our business and haven’t quite been able to let him go since. Challenging, thought-provoking and inspiring, he gave us a greater depth of understanding about performance, and provided us with the skills to excel. He is an invaluable asset for any business that has a specific result to achieve.
Sal Pizzini,Hospitality Manager -Pizzini Wines
Andrew’s life and business experience enable him to deliver honest, genuine and insightful insight into areas of my life that required advancing to enable me to be the person I wanted to be. Introducing Andrew into our business has been one of our best decisions.
Jason Simpson,General Manager -MotorOne
Andrew’s common sense coaching and support has been pivotal to the development and success of my business. His practical approach, thought leadership, and easy presence, sets him apart from his peers. Every professional should have someone like Andrew in their corner.
Wendy Fauvel,Director -First Team First