We help you to elevate business profitability by developing engaging leaders and engaged teams that get the important things done.
We know that organizations with engaging leaders and engaged teams massively outperform lower engagement cultures. We also know that unless employees are able to get the important things done (whether they feel like it or not) that success is not guaranteed.
To provide the quality of service that we do we interview global experts. Our support is therefore highly researched with Chris having completed over 225 hours of expert interviews since 2011, benefiting our clients with rich ideas and connections. This information is so valuable that in a record month our on-line interviews were accessed almost 100,000 times from over 50 countries around the world. Not bad from our base in Leicester in the UK.
Our work on getting things done is also supported by our published book by Penguin Random House USA ‘The Power To Get Things Done (Whether You Feel Like It Or Not)’ co-authored with Dr Steven Levinson. The book is also being published in Korea and Japan and is available globally on-line via sellers such as Amazon.
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Chris has supported me over the last 12 months to develop my professional communication as a keynote speaker. This is an important area for the growth of my business. I am also gaining value from participating in his Achiever Programme for entrepreneurs. With Chris’s professional support during this period my speaking has improved significantly and I am delighted with how Chris has encouraged and guided me during this process.Stuart Pickles, Managing Director of Aim Higher Leadership and former CFO of Fosters. More Testimonials
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