Performance Coaching

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HIGH IMPACT PROGRAMME



Proposal

Dear Peak Performer/ Game changer/ Maverick...

Thank you for your interest in our programme. We've put together this proposal that illustrates Lean Practice's High Impact Performance Coaching programme.

This programme will be enable you to raise performance and deliver your business objectives and your life goals. It's a mix of pure coaching, mentoring and leadership development that is all centred on you and your personal mastery.

Please take a look at our approach. If your happy with it we could engage direct or like other clients your organisation may be willing to pay for it.

Should you want to engage direct and be in control of your performance without having to wait hit the agree button and we will kick start the process.

If you have any questions, please get it in touch.

Aaron,

Head of Performance,

Lean Practice Ltd

Why ?

We need to thrive...

The world is becoming more volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous.

It's a challenge to survive.

To thrive you need unprecedented levels of personal mastery.

An awesome ability to be hyper-productive, disciplined and responsive.

Everyone of us has this potential so we can leverage the opportunities in front of us. To step up and play a bigger game and make a ripple effect of positive change.

At Lean Practice our coaches work with leaders who have made the choice.

Who are willing to dig deep and persevere to make significant change.

Who have the burning ambition to reach their full potential.

Our Job... is to get them there.

We act as “Sherpas” to help leaders to reach the destination they seek. We coach, guide, mentor and lead leaders to unlock more potential and to remove the interference, we all face.

"It's not how fast you run. It's how little you slow down"

Benefits

Why should you embark on this journey

We have so much to contribute to this world and one life to do it in. We can choose to drift or we can set a course of action to develop our performance.

We can choose to thrive in this world.

Our coaching programme will:

  • Improve your ability to thrive under pressure
  • Make you more self aware
  • Build your self-reliance
  • Build emotional intelligence by understanding different perspectives
  • Unlock limiting beliefs and dualism's that are holding you back
  • Make you more energised to create positive change
  • Develop discipline with routines & actions to drive positive interactions
  • Transform you to being hyper-productive
  • Help you spend more time experiencing a higher state of consciousness and experience the well-being effect of being in this state.
  • Develop your communication and listening skills
  • Set you up to be your best, day in day out and spread that ripple effect to others.
  • Build a sustainable life, where mind, body and soul are all aligned.


  • Our Approach

    Our Coaching Principles

    Our "Sherpa" method allows us to adopt different styles of leadership, coach, mentor to help guide our clients. To create the developmental breakthroughs they need to step up their coaching.

    We are challenging yet empathetic.

    We listen but talk if we need to.

    We are direct yet tactful.

    We are courageous yet patient.

    We are mindful yet dynamic.

    We do what we need to help create the developmental breakthroughs needed to make a sustained step change in performance.

    The Performance Formula

    We use Tim Gallway's ("Inner Game" fame) formula for performance. Used by our own GB Olympians and synergises with other methods of raising performance and value like "Lean thinking" and "Agile concepts".

    Performance = Potential - Interference

    We use this throughout our engagement. If you unlock potential and remove the interference you'll be flying.

    The interference comes in many facets. We take an holistic approach to performance and uncover all areas of self, our mind, body and spirit. Along with our environment, oru relationships and the way we do things.

    Big hitting Combos


    Why are we different?

    Big hitting combo's

    To raise performance of key leaders most organisations embark on leadership development programmes or targeted coaching engagements.

    There are some great leadership development programmes out there but sadly they fail to transform the leadership to the desired levels. 6 months later the learnings are no longer applied and the leader has reverted back, no longer advancing performance.

    Targeted coaching, develops the leaders ability by opening up the capacity to deliver their potential within their current capabilities. Marginal gains are made but in this world of exponential change is it enough?

    Lean Practice combines leadership development (improving capability) with coaching (building capacity). It combines these within a structured programme over a long duration. Close attention is paid to what the leader is doing. Learning transfer is evident and behaviour change is sustained. The person is transformed.

    Lean Practice designs and curates leadership interventions. Lean Practice conducts the research into raising human performance and producing sustained business excellence. The leaders on our programmes are no longer lost in a world saturated with the knowledge of what great leaders or peak performers do. Lean Practice picks the best and helps the leaders apply it.

    We close the gap between knowing vs doing.

    We call it performance coaching. Some call it transformational training, others leadership development. We don't mind what it's called, we just care that performance is raised and sustained.

    Our coaching approach


    Coaching Process - G.R.I.T

    Most coaching processes are similar. It's what you do within the process that makes the coaching work or not. Our model uses the acronyms GRIT. We call it that because you need "grit" and lots of it to improve performance. We don't like to give the impression we have the silver bullet and everything is going to be easy. It's not, it's really difficult, that's why we only get 5% of the population reaching peak performance. To move out of the 95% you need to have grit to push pass the status quo. To stay focused on the goal. To overcome the obstacles in your way.

    Goal - Establish where you want to go.

    Clarify Performance criteria. Success factors. Key Performance Indicators. Process goals.

    Route - Understand where you are and what’s ahead.

    Identify where you are in light of the goal and the terrain ahead. Decide on the development breakthroughs required.

    Ideas - Create ideas and plan action.

    Create ideas, learn best practice, decide on measurable actions to take.

    Take Action - Execute and Experiment.

    Disciplined execution with strong governance. Robust reflection and systematic approach to adopting the learnings.

    Your Journey

    Journey to Peak Performance

    We like to depict a journey up a mountain. The goal is to reach the top but seems to far away and to daunting to even take a step.

    We break the journey to the top into stages. We call them "Basecamps". The journey from one basecamp to the next is called an expedition or exped for short.

    At each basecamp you will meet with your coach and like minded people like oyu who all want to push the limits in pursuit of excellence. You'll discuss the previous exped and see if your ready for the next one. Goals and measures will be established and actions set

    Along the way we help you with what we call "Campfires". Not singing "Cum by ar" but checking in, to see how the exped is going and to help you overcome any blockers. We have an closed online community where you can share you progress and encourage others, a place for learning and sharing.

    At times on expeds we may see a developmental opportunity which will help you accelerate the pace of change or help you from slipping back. These adhoc interventions are referred to as "Sandbag Moments" our chance to tell you a story and share insights.




    BASECAMP 1

    Engage

    Define Performance and set the goals. Create the internal commitment to start making the changes.



    BASECAMP 2

    Enable

    Build the capacity for change. Equip yourself with the mindset, behaviours, routines and rituals to step up performance.



    BASECAMP 3

    Empower

    Create the development breakthroughs to unlock potential and reduce the interference.



    BASECAMP 4

    Evolve

    Build habits to sustain the performance gained and accelerate improvements through marginal gains and innovative leaps.


    All our basecamps will be held at our academy in York.



    Return of Investment?

    Am I going to get my bang for my buck?

    Individual Point of View:

    If you raised your performance, how much more valuable would you be in the market place? What would a promotion look like in terms of monetary value? A quick cost/benefit analysis of value paid for your performance vs the cost of the programme will allow you to see the return of investment.

    However the return is not just monetary. The powerful return of investment is the investment in self. The ability to learn and operate at higher levels; the ability to challenge and stretch oneself beyond what you thought was possible has been found to be the key to happiness. You can't put a price on that.

    Organisational Point of View:

    What is the value of raising performance for your organisation? This might be an easy question to answer. You may have a burning issue where you are losing "£XXX" every week. It's your leadership's responsibility to resolve. Their "Performance" can be measured against this. Resolving that issue could be the value you receive from this engagement.

    Another way to look at it is the reward and benefits you currently give your leadership. For their salary and other benefits you expect 100% performance. You want and perhaps need more. Your high performers do the work of 1.5 of their peers. What would it look like if you got everyone like this. What would it look like if your high performers did twice the amount of work or delivered twice the amount of revenue or profit than their peers. That is where your value is at.

    Return of investment - it's an easy calculation based on the above. Another way is what if you don't do anything and they leave? Typical recruitment costs can be around 15% of a persons salary to the business.

    We like to work with people who recognise this value. We help our clients realise and show case it.

    Testimonials


    "I have personally undertook the ‘Performance Coaching Programme’ which has been invaluable to me on my leadership journey. Aaron (my coach) is a force of nature who brings immense energy to the tasks he undertakes. He is highly engaging and a great communicator at all levels of an organisation with a rare talent of making the complex sound simple. As a coach he is particularly good at increasing positive motivation, challenging your thinking and bringing a new perspective to the most difficult of situations. I highly recommend Aaron and Lean Practice Ltd, as both a performance coach and as a change agent to any organisation looking to take the next step towards excellence"

    Chris Gannon, European Operations Director


    "Aaron has been my leadership coach and mentor since 2014. Developing and coaching people is not a job for Aaron this is more of a vocation. He’s totally committed to being the best he can be to ensure you in turn are the best you can be. A few hours with Aaron and you are reflecting on the art of the possible for the next 3 weeks, followed by him holding you to account for making progress on the 'big goals' that really count. A real leader a real agent for change and a genuine decent bloke. I would totally recommend Aaron and the team at Lean Practice, it will change how you think, lead and drive a real culture of improvement. Their Epic"

    Barry McDonnell, Manufacturing Director


    "I met with Aaron for a coaching session and came away feeling very inspired and enthused - feel like I can conquer so many things now! Aaron is such an amazing source of energy and focus, you cannot help but feel inspired, during the session he helped me look at what was important for me to focus on right now, as well as giving direction on how to set yourself up for personal growth, to look forward at goals and metrics of success. I would highly recommend Aaron to anyone looking to change for the better, either within their business or for themselves and their own career path."

    Rachel Wallis, Media Development Manager


    "Aaron is a results driven individual who embraces change and challenge. He is a very good coach, with the right listening skills,but also able to challenge points of view and find the real issuesto be addressed. He is dynamic with high energy levels but alsoempathetic and a natural leader in a team."

    Ruth Euling, Sales Director

    Your Coach

    Aaron Penwill

    Aaron is Lean Practice Ltd Managing Director and Head of Performance. He's spent over 15 years leading transformation programmes for FTSE 250 organisations. Former Global Learning and Development Leader for De La Rue Plc and Continuous Improvement Director for Balfour Beatty Plc. Aaron has the hands on operational experience as well as being at the forefront of leadership development and process improvement.

    He's a loving husband and a dad of two wonderful children. He's an avid runner and adventurer having completed epic events like the Marathon Des Sables and the 10peaks race. He knows first hand what it takes to be a peak performer.

    Aaron specialises in how to spend more time in the "Flow State" and the gap between Knowing versus Doing. He is a go to person for lean and agile practices. He speaks on the Vistage circuit and regularly talks at events like Disrupt HR and the Project Management Institute.




    Particulars

    Scope of Work

    4 months of Performance Coaching plus lifetime support via our online invite only membership community

    x4 Basecamp Sessions - Face to Face Group coaching sessions/workshops at our office in York

    x4 Campfire Sessions - Check-In calls, phone or skype/zoom

    List of learning resources as required

    Access to your coach via phone and email throughout engagement.

    Invitation to our exclusive online membership community

    Schedule of Works

    This latest intake the dates will be...

    Tuesday 27th August 2019

    Monday 23rd September 2019

    Monday 21st October 2019

    Monday 18th November 2019


    Payment Schedule

    Payment Schedule for this programme will be in full or by a monthly payment plan.

    On accepting this proposal, you are then bound to the terms and conditions outlined below.

    There is an option to pay direct once you accept. Alternatively an invoice will be sent to you for the requested payment.

    Monthly plans must have a direct debit set up for the term of the plan.

    Fees

    Below we have illustrated your "Performance Investment". The package outlines the scope of work. Please read through our terms and conditions as accepting this proposal will form our contract of work together.



    Performance Investment

    Your investment in your personal mastery.

    Evolve. Further. Faster

    Play a bigger game

    Take control of your performance

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    Information we collect automatically: We collect some information about you automatically when you visit our websites or use our services. We collect information when you navigate through our websites and services, including what pages you looked at and what links you clicked on. This information is useful for us as it helps us get a better understanding of how you’re using our websites and services so that we can continue to provide the best experience possible (e.g., by personalising the content you see).

    Information we get from third parties: The majority of information we collect, we collect directly from you. Sometimes we might collect personal data about you from other sources, such as publicly available materials or trusted third parties like our marketing and research partners. We use this information to supplement the personal data we already hold about you, in order to better inform, personalise and improve our services, and to validate the personal data you provide.

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    First and foremost, we use your personal data to manage our relationship with you. To provide you with any services you’ve requested, provide consultancy and advisory services, to promote our services, to maintain our own accounts and records. We also use your personal data for other purposes, which may include the following:

    To communicate with you: This may include:

  • providing you with information you’ve requested from us (like training or education materials) or information we are required to send to you
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  • marketing communications (about MSP Leadership Ltd or another product or service we think you might be interested in) in accordance with your marketing preferences
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    To analyse, aggregate and report: We may use the personal data we collect about you and other users of our websites and services (whether obtained directly or from third parties) to produce aggregated and anonymised analytics and reports, which we may share publicly or with third parties.

    How we can share your data

    There will be times when we need to share your personal data with third parties. We will only disclose your personal data to:

  • third party service providers and partners who assist and enable us to use the personal data to, for example, support delivery of or provide functionality on the website or services, or to market or promote our goods and services to you
  • regulators, law enforcement bodies, government agencies, courts or other third parties where we think it’s necessary to comply with applicable laws or regulations, or to exercise, establish or defend our legal rights. Where possible and appropriate, we will notify you of this type of disclosure
  • an actual or potential buyer (and its agents and advisers) in connection with an actual or proposed purchase, merger or acquisition of any part of our business
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    Your rights

    It’s your personal data and you have certain rights relating to it. When it comes to marketing communications, you can ask us not to send you these at any time.

    You also have rights to:

  • know what personal data we hold about you, and to make sure it’s correct and up to date
  • request a copy of your personal data, or ask us to restrict processing your personal data or delete it
  • object to our continued processing of your personal data
  • You can exercise these rights at any time by sending an email to sallie@msp-Leadership.co.uk

    If you’re not happy with how we are processing your personal data, please let us know by sending an email to sallie@msp-Leadership.co.uk. We will review and investigate your complaint and try to get back to you within a reasonable time frame. You can also complain to your local data protection authority. They will be able to advise you how to submit a complaint.

    How to contact us

    We’re always keen to hear from you. If you’re curious about what personal data we hold about you or you have a question or feedback for us on this notice, our websites or services, please get in touch.

    Our email is sallie@msp-Leadership.co.uk.

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