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Delta (change) + Agos (to lead).
Developing Energetic Leadership, Transforming & Accelerating Growth Organisations.
Where Change Leadership meets Full Energy Performance.
We help you implement sustainable changes to optimise your potential and realise your goals.
Poor change management and poor leadership are two of the biggest factors driving low employee engagement, energy and effectiveness.
How does your team perform to their maximum potential?
The challenge to get stuff done today and carry your team forward to be even more effective tomorrow is a balance requiring strong self-management and understanding of your team.
As a leader, how do you role model for your team?
Lead yourself. Lead change.
Full Energy Performance
Being busy doesn't guarantee being useful. Time management is only a partial solution. Poor understanding of what you really want to achieve will impact your ability to focus on what is really useful. In order to stay focused and engaged you need high energy.
What would you do if you could utilise more energy?
Discover the things that are an unnecessary energy drain and rediscover those things that charge you up.
How much of your potential energy can you access now?
Own your Energy. Focus. Perform.
Health & Performance
The accumulated effects of stress, poor nutrition, low activity levels and lack of sleep will hinder your productivity more effectively than almost any other factor.
How does health related downtime impact your output?
You can't outsource your health. You need to be fit for the job in order to lead your team to success. The effectiveness of an organisation is also impacted by it's health, which determines the sustainability of the team's performance.
What will you invest now to ensure your future effectiveness?
Stay healthy. Sustain your performance.
Coaching with change in mind
Your journey is primarily about change, because change is how we get somewhere different.
Perhaps you are currently struggling to deal with change that is being thrust upon you?
Or perhaps you are looking to drive a change, in an organisation or in your life?
If the status quo is not satisfying, then what needs to change?
And who needs to change it?
Managing change is about understanding where you want to be (goal setting) identifying and managing resources, including motivating others to help you. Dedicating yourself to fulfilling specific goals, improving performance, or achieving excellence requires a level of commitment, persistance and resilience.
Technological and economic challenges both enable and demand agility and mobility of both individuals and groups. Modern leaders are required to steer complex projects within matrix style organisational structures and task force teams, in which hierarchy plays only a minor role. To meet the challenges of the modern market place work groups are formed and dissolved at a rapidly increasing rate. Time in which to establish contact and become familiar with people has become very short. Inspiring others, giving meaning, uniting a team to capitalise on the strengths of its members and managing tensions in the workplace are all necessary abilities required of the modern manager.
In a change environment, leadership may be an unsought burden or a yearned for honour. It comes more easily to some than to others, but even the most natural leaders have challenges. Bringing a team through change means role modelling, and helping each team member deal with the effect of that change on them as a person, as well as their role. Very often to lead change means we have to look at how we manage and lead ourselves. In working through the primary leadership responsibilities of vision and goal setting, team development, effective communication, cultural awareness and self-awareness are you will learn more about yourself as a person and as part of a functioning team. Knowing what you want to achieve, being able to clearly articulate it and role modelling the key behaviours that will bring success are the first steps to being an authentic leader. The bottom line of leadership, is creating an environment in which people want and are able to follow without feeling they are compromising on their own aspirations and values. The number one challenge is creating trust.
Systemic Business Coach (IHK Westerham)
Process Communication Model® Coach
Business Athlete® Coach
Precision Nutrition Coach - Level 1
International Coaching Federation
Institute of Coaching
Unlock your potential and become a business athlete
Executive and Team
Based on principles of elite athletic coaching, a program built around Business Athlete will help you unlock more of your potential and achieve more challenging goals. You'll be amazed by the cumulated effect of marginal improvement, and how changes you make to increase your performance in one area have a positive effect in other areas of your life.
Discover your untapped potential and do something wonderful.
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More about me
A British guy based in Munich, I have been a professional coach since 2014.
I founded Deltago to deliver change management and leadership consulting, and have since further specialised in assisting high performance people and organisations achieve a healthy culture - healthy for the organisation and the individuals that make it run.
Having studied electronic engineering I regard myself as a problem solver and built my career on identifying and fixing issues that made a tangible business impact - in global operations, marketing and management roles. 20 years of corporate experience taught me how to get things done, and how not to get things done. How to manage and how not to manage. How to lead and how not to lead. Now it's time for me to share that experience.
My approach is influenced by my sporting background which began as a general love of activity as a child, swimming as a teenager and mountain biking and skiing as an adult. After suffering an auto-immune illness in 2010 and being registered disabled in 2011, I turned to triathlon to get myself fit again and have been competing since 2012 and was able to hand back my disabled badge. I will complete my first marathon in 2016.
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