Seeds for Growth

Available seeds

Here are our available seeds to support you and your organisational goals

Connecting through stories

To build and maintain relationships internally and externally, we have to better connect and understand one another. Curiosity, deep listening, and asking incisive questions help stretch us from superficiality to gaining a deeper understanding of someone else’s perspective opens up all sorts of possibilities.

Fearless feedback

Knowing how to give feedback is an essential skill to have. With bravery, honesty, and intentionality, leaders and teams can unlock their deeper potential by raising their self-awareness, deepening their relationships, and learning and challenging one another towards success.

The power of appreciation

The power of appreciation is felt and understood by most of us, yet not widely expressed in the workplace. Leaders and teams who share what they appreciate in their colleagues will see potent results in increased productivity, creativity and a shared commitment to success.

Mastering your mindset

Leadership is about having the power to choose and change what you believe to allow yourself to bring forward a powerful mindset to drive organizational success.

Power of personal purpose

A leader’s power begins with understanding themselves: who you are and what makes you distinctive. Your purpose is what sets you apart and what motivates you to achieve.

Being your authentic self

To bring out the best in others, you must begin with bringing out the best in yourself. Knowing yourself at your core and having a core self-understanding can make you more impactful at work and for those around you.

Sharpening your curiosity

Listening with an open ear and asking the right questions helps you better understand the person or situation you’re dealing with. This helps to build skills around decision-making and team performance.

The A-word: Accountability

Taking accountability is essential in the workplace, as it helps you learn from your own mistakes, realize your true potential, and focus on business goals.

Embracing elephants

Leaders and teams who are able to break away from groupthink and have the courage to pinpoint what everyone is avoiding will see tremendous differences in organizational effectiveness.

Leading and improvising

Leaders who build the skill to be ready to respond and adapt to any situation they see by remaining open and curious to encounters, yet still being able to maintain a bold and confident attitude will be ready for any challenge.

Reading the room

Understanding your surroundings is a key component to analyze what your colleagues require, how to better communicate with them, and drive the team forward.

Reframing resistance

Viewing resistance in a positive light and engaging with it is impactful in supporting your colleagues to face their fears, accept the situation for what it is, and kickstart the efforts towards change.

Conflict, Courage and conversations

Understanding conflict and its different levels and stages will give you greater insight into how to handle different situations. To know how to step in when it matters and courageously carry your team is an important skill for team effectiveness.

Leadership is a relationship

Leaders and teams must place high-quality relationships on an equal footing with all other practical outcomes. It’s a two-way road; understanding how to deal with colleagues is an essential part of reaching organisational goals.

Being a master coach

Leaders who coach their employees will not only inspire their colleagues to work to the best of their abilities, but they’re also creating a culture of continuous learning and support at work, encouraging employees to consistently aim for the best version of themselves.