Case study type: individual
BC is a long standing and valued member of a leadership team, with significant responsibilities, including around 100 employees.
Whilst BC was clearly maintaining performance at a good level, his manager sensed he was frustrated at his own lack of progress and that he had untapped ability. The goal was to identify and remove internal blocks or barriers to BC’s progress, to benefit both the organisation and BC.
Solution provided: individual mentoring
BC was wary of exposing himself at a level where he may fail to perform, and of ‘who’ he would need to become. He overcame this wariness and developed his own leadership and management style. He is now performing at a significantly higher standard, continuously pushing for higher performance levels from himself and his team. He is enjoying his work more, and has become an inspiration and role model to others.