Organisational Engagement

From success in offering relational support to individuals and couples in our therapy service, The Grove has also been briefed by companies to work with management teams to drive more productive relationships at work.  We provide group training and individual coaching, informed by psychological models and conversational skills – to drive faster decision-making, better teamwork and smoother inter-departmental relationships at all levels of the organisation.

Many managers are promoted from a position where they are responsible for their own performance (P&L or smaller team) into a senior management team role where a different emphasis on competition and collaboration is required between senior players.

Our view is that there’s a different skill set required for executives, compared to the operating style they developed as an employee or junior exec.  We know this, because all our corporate clients say that they have some kind of problems within the management team or key working relationships.

The Grove’s programmes are tailor-made to resolve the issues raised by “difficult people” or “power struggles”. By creating a common framework among the team, with protocols to address the challenges of fast-moving businesses, better ways to meet the organisational objectives are found by the leaders responsible for delivering results.

We call this Organisational Engagement.

Typical programmes with our coaching consultants are from £3,000 per day, or from £250 per session (plus VAT).

Talk to us on 020 7637 7763 if you’re concerned about a performance issue for one of your star players, or there’s conflict within your management line-up, or you’re weary of dealing with a difficult personality at work. We can tailor a response with the right blend of support and challenge, to shift the mindset in a positive direction.

As directors of The Grove with solid commercial experience behind us from our previous careers in competitive, fast-moving businesses, we will propose ways of tackling the issues you’re facing:

Robert Rees

Sarah Briggs