Executive mentorship (1:1)

All leaders have hurdles to overcome

Do you employ workaholics, lone wolves, or leaders who just lack the ability to cross the finish line? Executive mentoring addresses the weaknesses of the leader and increases the ability to deal with difficult work-related challenges.

Are you among skilful leaders who would rather run solo, and does not prioritise the goals of the team? Leaders, who are so ambitious, that they do the tasks themselves – but ought to delegate to a bigger extent? Leaders, who are unbelievably inspiring, but are so busy floating new projects they “forget” to finish what they have already launched?

Move the leader from B to Z

Many leaders are ready for change within the organisation, but very few leaders dare being challenged on their personal willingness to change.

The behaviour of leaders affect both the dynamics of the team and the motivation and commitment of the employees. Through many years as a trainer of personal leadership, Thomas Anglov is very experienced in spotting things like egotistic and stress-related behaviour in leaders. The leaders will receive tools which illuminates and constructively lead to a change in inappropriate behaviour.

A 1:1 course with Thomas Anglov challenges your leaders to move themselves – not from A to B, but from B to Z.  During the course, the individual leader is not merely growing in a single area, but on a plethora of areas.

Prodding and provocative

The leader is confronted with his or her own self-image. Especially where that perception is not entirely in line with the perception of the other leaders or employees (the “blind pane” of the leader).

The leader are taught a new and more nuanced understanding of human behaviour – especially that of his own. The leader will realise why different people clash violently, while the same people in a different context work together perfectly. There will be a strong focus on personal challenges which prevent a leader from performing at their best.

The course

  • 5-10 sessions consisting of theory, exercises, training, reflection, and feedback
  • A goal and a strategy to reach that goal is agreed upon
  • Practical tools for every-day use.