Evolve your leadership

Things are changing, both inside you and around you. 

Maybe you're taking a new position in your organisation.
Maybe you're shifting your position in the world.
Maybe you're starting something and you want to make sure you're planting seeds that are likely to grow.

What's certain is that what’s happening right now isn’t working and you’re not sure about how to evolve beyond it.

My name’s Meg Lightheart. I'm a leadership development and organisational culture specialist.

I coach individuals, teams and organisations who know it's time to cultivate a smarter and more humane approach to complexity and mess.

I’m also a presentation coach and the author of a best-selling book in rapid presentation planning.

Meg Lightheart

Individual coaching

One-on-one, you can work with me either as a presentation coach or a leadership coach.

It could be that you're already in a senior role, it could be that you're stepping into wearing a new hat at work, it could be that you're unexpectedly leading an organisation or a movement and you know it's time to step up. I welcome phone/online coaching clients.

Team coaching

This might be for your team when they want to improve their presentations, or more broadly if they want to rev up their culture and ability to think together.

Maybe your team are taking on an ambitious new project or they're assuming a new role in your company or in the marketplace and they actively want to get better. They know it's time, and they need new support and new resources to do it differently.

Organisational consulting

This might be for your organisation if it's time you walked your talk more, either in terms of diversity, equity and inclusion, or even reinventing your culture from the ground up (#teal anyone?).

Perhaps you have a catalytic event when you need to spark change, either within your organisation or community, and bring together a diverse group of people to think broadly and well together.

If your organisation wants to become a beacon of velocity, creativity and innovation, everyone needs to be more wholly themselves, and that doesn't happen overnight. It's time for a new workplace culture, so you can get new results.