Insights

Discovery

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Why We Use Insights

Helping people understand themselves better as individuals and leaders.

We know that learning and development isn't a check the box exercise. It's not just a day out of the office. It's more than team bonding or team building or a one-off event to build morale.

It’s a journey that begins with increasing the self-awareness of you and your people and leads to real breakthroughs in the success of your business – and that’s why our approach is different.

When your people truly understand themselves and others, the potential of your business goes through the roof. Think about it – people can only make the best of the strengths they’ve already got, and work on facing their challenges, if they really know what those are. And that’s where we come in.

When people can take an honest look at their personal style, they can start to ask vital questions, such as:

  • ‘What kind of leader am I now?’

  • ‘How can I be better?’

  • ‘Why do I react so strongly to change?’

  • ‘How do I accept what’s happening and focus on the task at hand?

  • ‘Why am I always butting heads with my colleague, my vendor, my customer; and what common ground is there between us?’

 

All of a sudden leaders begin to see themselves more clearly and begin to establish actions plans for improvement. Your change programs become simpler, as you adapt your approach to suit those in your team, and relationships all around you run smoothly, allowing everyone to focus on the day job, and not the team dynamic.

That’s why we’re different – the transformative power of self-awareness isn’t just something that will help your business in the short term, it’s a powerful gift that will raise the game of everyone in your organization, forever.

Insights is Different

90% of top performers are considered to be highly self-aware.

                    - Forbes

Outcomes

Insights Discovery helps people understand themselves and their colleagues so that they can have more respectful, productive and positive working relationships, even across virtual boundaries.

 

 

  • Individuals understand their own and others’ communication preferences

 

  • They can connect better with their colleagues to improve collaboration

 

  • They have a common language to help them overcome challenges and conflict