Value Partnership would like to wish all our clients, partners, suppliers and friends a wonderful festive season and a prosperous New Year.
Simon Court spent 5 memorable days working with inspiring leaders from around the world against the stunning backdrop of the Colorado mountains, investing time to work on the business rather than in the business.
We're delighted to announce that our CEO & Founder, Simon Court has won a CEO Today Management Consulting Award 2019.
Are we simply 'going through the motions' when it comes to talent management?
Have you ever considered the benefits of coaching whilst walking? There are myriad compelling reasons to give it a go!
Is it possible to break out of the so-called 'founder's trap' and continue to lead your business successfully?
Value Partnership has just partnered with Sarmayacar, a pioneering venture capital firm investing in the future of Pakistan, to run their first Annual Summit in Hunza, in the north of the country.
We help teams see themselves accurately and develop a team mindset, behaviours and disciplines, as well as a shared conviction about what they are trying to achieve.
To admit our doubts, to face our fears, to ask for help. In doing that, we build trust with those around us, essential for relationships and critical for leadership.
Having worked with leaders in many different industries, it has become clear to me that the approach to strategy must vary according to the particular challenges faced.
Changing one’s own behaviour is hard - changing the behaviour of a group of people can sometimes seem to be almost impossible!
At Value Partnership we believe conviction is the bedrock of great leadership, now more than ever, and it’s our job to help leaders to find their conviction.
Talent identification can be baffling - there are so many different ways of approaching it.
“The future belongs to the curious. The ones who are not afraid to try it, explore it, poke at it, question it and turn it inside out”. [Anon]
As the UK and the U.S. job markets appear stronger than they have been in years, the war for talent is on.
Katrin Homer recounts how six key leadership strengths and a mountain guide from her childhood helped get her to the top.
And whose job is it to lead transformation of a business?
How often have you wanted to confess to feelings of isolation, now that you’ve reached a position of ultimate power?