No matter where you are. We’re ready when you are.
With disruption comes both pain and possibility. Whether you’re racing to stabilise the ship, or seeking to capitalise on the new opportunities that are presenting themselves, I’m here to help, and I’m ready when you are.
By using the booking link at the bottom of the page we can set up and run an engaging, interactive webinar for your leaders and staff on topics that matter now. Recently Digby’s been invited to run webinars for clients on a whole range of topics, including:
A guide to leading your people when working remotely
Finding ‘centre’ in a world of confusion
How to lead when there are no easy answers
Changing the Game
Rewriting the rules in times of disruption
What if trying a whole lot of new stuff was the way through this?
Growing Through Crisis
How to turn chaotic disruption into positive change
“Digby, that was an amazing session you just ran. MIT & Harvard-esq in its quality and scope. I felt truly optimistic for the first time (since our new world announced itself) during the workshop. Thank you so much.”
Margret Gibson, Social Impact Specialist & Founder
“Thank you for keeping my thinking at this creative, curious and strategic level in these weird times, possibly even pushing it back to where it was, because I’ve found it easy to live from day-to-day at the moment and not think ahead.”
Fiona Robinson-Morey, Manager Organisational Communications
Digby can host a conversation with your leadership team to help them to make sense of how they can best lead in these disrupted times.These virtual sessions utilise technology to its fullest, providing leaders the opportunity to connect, share and discover new pathways to navigate these interesting times.
“Digby is very knowledgeable about people and teams. He is very good at bringing out the conversation in people.
Teasing out what’s underneath the surface”
– Kushla Beacon, Leadership Coach
“Digby is all about enabling people to make their greatest impact and has a knack for pushing people to think bigger and be bolder.
And he does it in a credible yet humble way. That’s the impact he makes, and he does it pretty darn well.”
– Cat Hall, Manager Organisational Development at Ministry of Health