There is a science behind creating a fearless enterprise culture

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“It was, and remains, one of the highest impact leadership initiatives I have seen. We made pitches we would not have made previously, won business we would have lost, built relationships we would not have built.”

Christine Wyatt, General Manager IBM Global Business Services UK

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If you think you can, or think you can't, you will be right.

Henry Ford

The results we get in life are the automatic by-product of our behaviour.

Understanding why people behave as they do is key to nurturing their talent and unleashing their potential. Luckily, it's quite logical:

Our behaviour is the by-product of how we feel.

How we feel is the by-product of how we think.

People think in stories.

Negative stories create inhibitions and fears. Apprehension, anxiety & fear is toxic within your business.

From our consulting work across Europe, Middle East, Africa, India and Australasia, we've identified a plethora of common inhibitions affecting employees in organisations just like yours. Continue to the next section to find out what kinds of issues are holding your employees back and limiting your progress.

Some of the inhibitions holding your organisation back...

Presenting to a senior audience.
Raising a problematic issue in a project.
Stepping up for promotion.
Tackling a project known to be risky.
Giving sensitive or negative feedback.
Saying no to a client request.
Asking for help or support.
Asking to be moved off a project.
Specifically asking for business.
Making an innovative suggestion.
Passing on unpopular news.
Challenging behaviour that does not match company values.

Change the stories, change everything.

By rooting out inhibitions and fears and replacing them with confidence and courage, mindsets shift, behaviours change and people achieve way beyond expectations.

Simply put: I “can't” rapidly becomes “I can” right across your organisation.

Caution and anxiety

give way to

confidence & courage.

Inhibitions fade and self esteem shines through.

How does work?

Pathfinder is radically different from anything you may have seen before, and has been rigorously tested in demanding client organisations.

Pathfinder’s methods are summarised in three stages, each containing a powerful blend of online learning and live discussion forums led by your own managers and change champions.

Phase One »
Pathfinder is launched at a leadership event designed to inspire a dramatic shift in confidence and courage at senior levels.

Behaviours change visibly, driving immediate and tangible business results. This launch event will equip the participants to drive a rapid and pervasive shift of mind-set and behaviour throughout the whole organisation.

Phase Two »
Immediately following the launch, a select group of internal change champions will begin to cascade the Pathfinder concepts through all levels of the organisation.

This happens through a series of rigorously designed short, sharp 2-hour meetings supported by a rich set of resources that are made available to all employees through our unique Pathfinder Social Learning platform.

Phase Three »
As the Pathfinder Discovery process cascades through the organisation, Discovery Leaders begin to harvest stories of personal, team and organisational change.

Successes are celebrated throughout the organisation by broadcasting stories on the Pathfinder social learning platform.

Why are Pathfinders important?

People who embody an "I can" attitude to life are rare and incredibly valuable. They are central to your organisation's hunt for talent.
Confidence & courage are contagious.

Success breeds success. "I can" attitudes are infectious and people who implement such a fearless attitude to life spread positive sentiment like wildfire.

Fearlessness is truly transformational.

People start to bring the very best version of themselves to everything they do. Pathfinder helps your employees live happier lives, inside and outside the office.

Richard was asked:

"What did you discover about yourself during the programme?"

Imagine what your organisation would be like if all your employees discovered they are better than they thought they were and worked at the very maximum of their potential.

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