Making change happen

Tiger teams are SWAT teams of talented individuals selected from across your organisation and focused on a specific business mission. They are a powerful unit, primed to deal with tough and unusual challenges and act as a force for fresh thinking.

Why build a Tiger Team?

  • SOLVE BUSINESS CHALLENGES FAST
  • DEVELOP A CULTURE OF HIGH PERFORMANCE
  • RAPID DISASTER RECOVERY
  • VENTURE CAPITALIST PROJECTS
  • RELEASE THE LATENT TALENT IN YOUR PEOPLE
  • RETAIN AND NURTURE TALENT
  • ENERGISE THE WORKPLACE
  • PUT EXCITEMENT BACK INTO THE BUSINESS

The experience

Give us your people for a few days and we'll return a team with the answers. We immerse them in new challenges, physical and intellectual, alongside individuals who inspire by action. This unleashes creative and innovative thinking about the business.

Leading your team is John Peck, who has rowed the Atlantic, run across the Sahara and led the first British ascents of the Himalayas. He and his team take the coping strategies gained at the mountain face and apply them to business, empowering people to take on the toughest challenges

The results

The experience is demanding, the results non-negotiable; your team returns with powerful solutions to present to the Board. They work to win over all stakeholders and they turn the ideas into reality, with our coaching and support as needed. Your business gains a tiger team it can put into action for fresh thinking on the issues.



 
 
"A challenging few days where we were pushed to the edge but as a team supported each other coming out the other side a much stronger team, ready to conquer the world." KPMG Enterprise Partners
 
"Be prepared for anything and don't give up!"
 
"Be prepared to live outside your 'comfort zone' for several days."
 
"Immerse yourself fully in all aspects of the experience."
 
"Being thrown in to it and succeeding and learning in a safe, encouraging and slightly crazy environment was exhilarating, stretching, positive. It really helped me to further explore taking on a leadership role..."