Our approach to learning

We enable organisations, teams and individuals to be self-sustaining. After discovery and generative learning, we then make the process explicit so that our clients own the outcome and the underlying process that led to the outcome

Collective wisdom is often an untapped resource in teams

Our approach to facilitation and coaching is to provide a safe environment where participants are encouraged to question, discover, explore, experience and learn. A willingness to respectfully challenge assumptions, challenge each other and try something new is actively promoted. We coach people. High performing individuals, teams, managers and leaders produce great results, so our focus is on developing people using whatever process or models most effectively enable people to flourish. Everyone is different, every team is different, and we design our coaching to meet individual, team and organisational needs

We enable organisations, teams and individuals to be self-sustaining

After discovery and generative learning, we then make the process explicit so that our clients own the outcome and the underlying process that led to the outcome. In that way they can apply and pass on their new skills within the organisation, without the need to continually re-engage us, and our facilitation and training becomes a genuinely valuable long-term investment

Health and life coaching

We work with content-free processes to awaken and engage the healer within. We will show you how to tune into your own body and unconscious, and engage your whole body in developing and maintaining wellness. We can guide you through emergent discovery processes that allow you to uncover what really motivates you, and how you might meet those motivations. We will show you how you can make decisions that help you achieve your outcomes sustainability

The learning space is important

In the busy working environment where people are continually multitasking, dealing with email and smart phones in a seemingly hectic dash from meeting to meeting, it is important to make space to learn. One of the best ways to do this is literally get out of the workplace. By breaking the associations with old workplace habits, and training in a relaxed peaceful setting, we can generate new, better ways of doing things that can then be taken back into the organisation