In order for organisations to go faster, they need to develop an enterprise mindset across a matrix where the solutions are apt to be dynamic and complex; this does not happen in silos. Our approach to leadership development bring leaders together in a cohort-based learning environment that helps leaders translate their individual capabilities and direct experiences into an enterprise-aware, pragmatic ability to lead and execute as a peer group.
We combine group level leadership development and one-to-one leadership mentoring to bring a cost-effective approach to developing leaders with the mindset to win today and tomorrow. As a result we:
Customised design in partnership with an enterprise programme, University programme, or Merryck & Co. Cohort programme
Advance work, interviews, and assessments if applicable
Merryck & Co. leads kick-off meeting to drive focus areas and actionable outcomes
Merryck & Co. Mentors work with clients to drive programme learnings into their specific role and deep into the company
Merryck & Co. leads group sessions via video or in person to share learnings and generate new insights and outcomes
Merryck & Co. leads wrap-up sessions to summaries overall learnings and detail specific outcomes
“It was fun to hear from my boss, the CEO, and the board. It’s not like they said, ‘Oh you were mentored, you changed.’ But there were positive reactions to how I carried myself and how I am now driving the discussions. The way I presented myself really had a noticeable impact on key stakeholders and how to work with my team.”
"To me, talent has been really important, but I don't always make the tough calls fast enough. This experience has pushed me to make the calls faster. This has pushed me to accept that I shouldn't demand anything but the best."
“I'll start by saying that my relationship with [my mentor] was one of the most valuable relationships I've had in my career…. I've worked with coaches before who just told me what I wanted to hear. [My mentor] wasn't afraid to tell me I was full of it. He brought wisdom, but he also brought with him the experience of being in my shoes. That was very valuable.”