Leaders cast a long shadow – they shape the culture and set the tone for what is acceptable behaviour and what is not. An organisational change strategy which does not include leaders exploring where they need to personally change will not succeed.
Structured leadership development will benefit any organisation, but many of the changes will not be made at a desk.
A holistic mix of personal and professional coaching has the potential to unlock the wisdom of a participant’s ‘authentic self.’
Any journey of self-discovery should include important insights and some breakthrough ‘a-hah’ moments, clear progress towards goals, and over time, the installation of new habits – new ways of thinking, doing and being.
Keogh use a unique development approach based on the Wisdom Wheel – a path to emotional, physical, technical and spiritual wisdom. With it, leaders develop the behaviours, mind-set and skills necessary to succeed and successfully lead change.
"With Keogh's coaching and ongoing support, I remain focused on the value of lifelong learning, feedback, self-reflection and surrounding myself with great people that will keep me balanced through many years and opportunities to come!"Kristine Leo, China Country Manager | Chief Representative, Woodside Energy
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