Do you need time and space to think?
Do you sometimes feel you barely have time to draw breath, let alone think about the core and critical questions you need to be focused on?
Do you experience a constant sense of urgency and rush and suffer under intense scrutiny and the tyranny of the short term?
You know you are capable of more and want to think strategically, but instead fear overwhelm and burnout from the pressure of the everyday.
If that sounds familiar you’re not alone.
I’ve been developing leaders for over 20 years and this is a challenge many face – especially in these turbulent times.
That’s why I’ve designed my programmes to take the fear and frustration out of being a leader. I teach techniques that help you to slow down, listen and connect with the wise, compassionate and courageous leader that is within; that help you to create trust and conditions where all can thrive.
How I can help
Through coaching, training and facilitated conversations I help you become more confident and empowered; able to ignite and harness the finest quality thinking in the room. Above all, I help you build a leadership proposition that is uniquely yours.
What people say about me:
“Mitzi is truly fabulous at what she does. After working alongside her, our key management meetings became much more inclusive and productive. We discussed a number of ‘meaty’ issues that previously might not have reached the agenda. We felt a sense of collective ownership and achievement and left the meeting feeling much more optimistic as to what we could achieve”. Nadine Bleasby, National Institute Health Research
“Mitzi inspires me, and over again. When I need hope for humanity, I turn to her. She reaches into the core of both the good in society and the causes of its pain. She understands what it takes to transform a situation, a team, an organisation into the finest version of itself. She manages to blend humility with confidence, detail with scope, leadership with autonomy. Her expertise and her warmth are compelling. I trust her completely. And I am grateful for her in this world.” Nancy Kline, President Time to Think