Simple, practical leadership communication that works

"The final 10% difference between a good leader and a great leader, is the ability to consciously create the impact you choose."

Extraordinary Leadership Development

Why does your leadership communication sometimes get results and sometimes not...

Fore!

Leadership Development Through 4D Golf

Fore! is a 2.5 day experiential workshop that looks like golf, feels like golf and even takes place on a golf course; but golf is the last thing Fore! is about.

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Game Set & Match

Leadership Development Through 4D Tennis

Using a unique form of tennis, we’ve created a 2.5 day leadership development programme to keep delegates AWAKE, ENGAGED AND INFORMED throughout the whole workshop.

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Mise-En-Place

Leadership Development Through 4D Cuisine

Mise-en-Place is an interactive workshop using the dynamic metaphor of a professional kitchen to challenge and develop delegates’ ability to lead under pressure.

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Curtain Up!

Leadership Development Through 4D Theatre

The world of professional theatre depends on teamwork and leadership; energy and faith. Otherwise nothing gets done.  Curtain Up! places you at the heart of creating your own production, for a real audience in just 72 hours.

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Leadership Communication

We would offer there’s three (and a half) major concepts to grasp and master if you want to excel with great leadership communication skills.

  • 1

    Awake and Engaged

    From long experience we have found that a majority of those who ‘present’ are so focused on content, or the information, aspect of leadership communication, they forget, or often consciously ignore the first two things that a ‘presenter’ should remember… [1] Their first job is to get and to keep people awake!... [2] Their second job is to get and keep people engaged!! Because without mastering the first two jobs, you’ll never achieve the third job… [3] Getting people informed!!!

  • 2

    Get them to feel something

    Once the first is grasped, the second concept is to understand and accept that the most effective way to have an individual or audience remember what you say, you have to focus on making them consciously ‘feel’ something about you and your message. Our leadership communication work is all about helping people ‘consciously’ create the impact they choose.

  • 3

    Be Human

    The human is the presentation when it comes to leadership communication, not the Powerpoint. People can’t read and listen effectively at the same time and if you pack your slide with data, it will always beat you in a competition for the audience’s attention. It’s light on a wall, and the audience are moths.

  • 3.5

    Be Interested

    Think of your presentation as a ‘conversation’… Yes you will be doing most of the talking, but putting yourself in this mindset should automatically trigger you into mastering the most effective human engagement tool you’ll ever use… asking questions. If you want to be interesting… be interested.
    There’s so much more to it, but without understanding and mastering those three and a half ideas about leadership communication, it’s so much harder to go from average to good, good to great and great to awesome!