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Speaking

KEEGAN IS A WARM AND ENGAGING SPEAKER. HE COMBINES A DEEP UNDERSTANDING OF TEAMS, LEARNING, LEADERSHIP AND PERFORMANCE WITH AN ABILITY TO CONNECT QUICKLY WITH AUDIENCES ON TOPICS THAT MATTER. AUDIENCES WALK AWAY WITH INSIGHTS AND CLARITY ON HOW TO TAKE ACTION.

Have him speak at your next conference, offsite or company event.

 
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Due for release in early 2020

 

TEAM UP

How to bring people together and elevate performance

Recent research supports the fact that - in the right conditions - real teams are collectively more intelligent, more productive and more profitable than individuals or less cohesive groups. The good news is that a deliberate approach to developing teams can be learned. That’s not to say that it is easy or that it’s a one-time process. As KornFerry point out, “one of the keys to developing high performing teams is to remember that successful teams do not simply happen.”

Audiences walk away being able to:

  • Differentiate ways of working and when an interdependent team is best suited

  • Explore of a range of High Performing Team Models

  • Take a deliberate approach to developing teams




SUITED TO

Audiences who are keen to move from teams that are individually busy and become collectively productive


 
 
 

PUTTING THE 'I' IN TEAM

What does a great team member do?

Up to 95% of knowledge workers are on multiple teams and some are on ten, twelve or more. Patrick Lencioni identifies the ideal team player as “being humble, hungry and having people smarts”. But what does that mean that they do? Based on my research of elite teams and organisational teams, I have identified a range of skills and behaviours that were linked to team performance.

Audiences walk away being able to:

  • Identify the teams that they are a part of, and the role that they play in each

  • Learn the skills and behaviours that improve team performance

  • Develop an approach that allows them to be a better team member and supports others to do the same.


SUITED TO

Audiences who find themselves on multiple teams and want to improve their contribution to all of them


 

GETTING BETTER ON PURPOSE

How to adapt to change without losing yourself in the process

There are many factors that contribute to the ability of an organisation to adapt. The individual and collective capacity of employees to operate in ambiguous and rapidly evolving environments is central to how well any organisation can operate. No amount of technology, restructuring or change management will overcome a workforce that is unprepared, unaware or ill-equipped for change.

Audiences walk away being able to:

  • Explore the role of work and feedback in a deliberate approach to improving performance

  • Link performance with personal and collective purpose

  • Create a process for the development of personal and professional development


SUITED TO

Audiences who are keen to develop individual and collective capacity of employees to operate in ambiguous and rapidly evolving environments