• Confidently lead a trustful, collaborative and impactful team - even if you're shy or you don't have an A-team.


      The Navigating Leadership course shows you how to lead your team to work collaboratively and trust each other so you can achieve the goals you've set yourself to. It all starts with understanding who you are and where you are, where you want to go and who are the people who will drive there.


      If you've been reading article after article, book after book, taking this and that advice and you're still struggling with finding what works, Navigating Leadership will give you a structured MAP and compass so you can lead any team, at any time, in any field.

    • What is a collaborative and trustful high-impact team?


      A collaborative and trustful high impact team is a team where everyone brings their strengths to the table, where those strengths are put to good use and the team works together to create outcomes of high impact and value. You can determine each team by a common goal they're working on, for example. Or as a group of people working together in many different projects, simultaneously or not.

    • Lead your team to create impactful outcomes

      How can you make sure that the Navigating Leadership method is for you? You've heard of different leadership styles, you've read different books and looked up to people who have done things very differently. We are all different. And this shows on our leadership style and on our preferences of how to be lead. So it is up to you to look at your team, your context and who you are to decide how you're going to lead. We can't expect a marketing manager to have the same leadership approach as an engineering manager. They're probably different people and they're leading different people.


      That's why leading a team to trust each other, collaborate and create impactful outcomes starts with you. The Navigating Leadership course will help you identify your leadership strengths, the needs of your context and give a roadmap to lead your team to cohesive work and outstanding results.


      Since 2010 I've worked as a team leader or as a leadership coach and trainer, leading over 15 teams, from events to HR, marketing and software engineering, and coaching the leaders of 20+ small companies. I've seen managers and leaders struggling to apply what they've read in books, when that approach played to their weaknesses instead of their strengths. Most importantly, I've seen how disappointed they felt at themselves after so much effort and little results. That's why I developed the Navigating Leadership course.

    • The differences between Navigating Leadership and other leadership courses

      When it comes to the applicability of the methods you will learn in Navigating Leadership, they are not only applicable to certain contexts or certain types of people or types of work.

      Instead of strategies that are only applicable in the specific context where they came from, the framework and methods you'll learn here are interchangeable. Meaning, you will be learning the foundations so you can use the methods that make sense for your strengths, your values, your aim and your context. Why force yourself to adopt an approach that doesn't play to your strengths and doesn't work in the context and challenges you're facing with your team? Navigating Leadership goes beyond the "right" approaches and gives you foundations that work in multiple contexts so you can always adjust them to the real life situations you're facing.
      A typical leadership course is about learning the "right" way to lead. Here, it's about uncovering your strengths, the needs of your context and your aim, and putting those ingredients together so you can build a strong, performing team in any circumstances.

    • What Navigating Leadership core Principles will do for you

      I believe everyone has all characteristics within themselves. It's a matter of "activating" them and understanding that there are many ways to express the same characteristic. For example, everyone has the ability to be assertive within themselves. That characteristic - assertiveness - can be expressed in many different ways. We don't have to be the rude angry person to be assertive. We can do it in a gentler, less obvious way.


      This is one of the foundational principles of Navigating Leadership: we'll be exploring your existing characteristics and using them as strengths in your leadership role.

    • Benefits of having Navigating Leadership with a COMPASS


      No focus on limitations.


      Always know what to do.


      No post-book-reading frustration.


      Lead in a way that truly match your values.


      Maximize your strengths.


      Handle every situation confidently.


      Set up your team for success.


      Watch your team know what to do and doing it.


      Make use of your team's strengths.


      Achieve the goals you've set yourself to.




    • Pay it forward

      Leadership development is one of the most elitist fields of personal development, even though it is essential for the success of organizations and the well being of workforces across the world. Aimed at selling short-term solutions to big corporations, essential skills that EVERYONE should have access to are limited to the few.


      Creating the Navigating Leadership course is my way to make these skills as accessible to everyone around the world as I can. When you enroll in the course, you will have the chance to sponsor partial enrollment for someone who cannot afford it.

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