Agility, Leadership, Performance

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It’s hard to imagine what the world will be like in 50 years.

In the last 50 years email has replaced fax. Mobiles have (largely) replaced landlines. Google has replaced the encyclopaedia. Smartphones have replaced film cameras. And the internet has changed the world.

But though we can’t predict the future, we do know what’s needed to adapt to it and create new opportunities out of it.

What’s needed is agility. Being agile and good at change have always been important for success and they always will be.

Technology is great, but the real competitive advantage comes when agile people and agile organisations use technology.

And that’s what we can help you create.

Agility saves time, effort, frustration, and money. 

What Does Agile Mean?

Don’t confuse agility with agile approaches to work. Doing agile refers to following agile work practices. These might be Agile methodologies like Scrum or Kanban. We are not talking about this.

We are talking about being agile.

Being agile relates to how people think, how they aquire and process information, and how quickly they correct errors and make improvements. 

Being agile is a fundamental factor for survival and thriving. 

More agility is always better than less. And there’s less around than you think.

Agility is an enabler of success in a world of rapid change, growing uncertainty, and fierce competition.

We help you get more of it. If you want to create more agile people in a more agile organisation, let’s meet online and have a chat.


Change-fit people

Flexible culture

Agile processes

Improved communications

Better decisions

More powerful strategies

Better performance

More wins

Less risk


There are many opportunities for performance and productivity gains by building agility. 84% of people are not agile enough and this diminishes their performance and productivity.

77% of Australian organisations need to be more agile. The leaders of agile organisations place a high value on agility and flexibility. Culture in these businesses is 85% more capable of supporting change, their processes are more agile, and their performance is significantly better. 

What could your organisation achieve with more agility?


Change fatigue
Resistance to change
Low morale
Poor performance
Low engagement
Poor leadership
Negative culture
Obstructive processes
Poor change outcomes
Lack of competitiveness
Poor strategies
Ineffective change plans

Building Agility - Some Results

For the past 20 years our pimary focus has been on the developing agile people in agile organisations. The result? Scientific, evidence-based¹ strategies that work.

For example, in 2021 we worked with a group of leaders in the Australian healthcare sector. On average, this group increased their personal agility by 33% between April and September.

Another group of coaches from 16 different countries on average increased their personal agility by 38% over a 90-day period.

Our approach is;

  • scientific
  • has been taught in Australian masters degree programs since 2013
  • has been included as professional development by peak bodies in the fields of coaching and social work

It works and it will help you. 

¹ Just because something is evidence-based doesn’t mean it is scientific. The evidence could be rubbish, or it may have no explanatory or predictive value. We only rely on robust, scientific knolwedge.

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