Effective leadership is the key to strong business performance and growth. We believe that the basis of successful leadership is how well each leader handles relationships, politics and ethical decision making.
One of our key approaches to leadership development is the Centaur Model of Management and Leadership. This is a simple and pragmatic guide to understanding personality, it provides a route to understanding ourselves and others and the key to inspiring and motivating individuals and teams.
Insync is the only organisation able to deliver these transformational leadership and personal development programmes outside of a business school setting.
We blend Centaur (where appropriate) with other proven development methods such as coaching, action learning, multi-rater feedback (360), and career planning tools to achieve the right approach for each client's Talent Management Strategy.
Due to their seniority executives often find it problematic to find trusted confidants to discuss sensitive business issues and personal development needs. Insync coaches, with their extensive organisational and behavioural expertise help equip executives with insights and skills to lead more effectively.
Executive Team coaching is particularly effective when based on observations of the team operating day to day, optionally coupled with 360 degree feedback and targeted interviews. With these insights our coaches can help the team understand what is hindering them working effectively.
Finally Insync coaches have extensive experience of organising and supporting ‘awaydays’; crucial time for the team to reflect on strategic issues and and make decisions on operational challenges.
Around 70% of UK organisations use coaching as a major component of its learning and development strategy due to its proven effectiveness. Your goal maybe to introduce coaching as an individual or team performance development technique or as an integral part of the way your organisation manages its people and conducts business - Insync can help you achieve your objective on an ‘organisational readiness assessment’.