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Coaching for Performance

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Industry
Financial Services
Solution
Coaching

About

St.George Bank is one of Australia's leading retail and business banking brands, serving over 2.6 million consumer, business and corporate customers.

Inline with the bank’s new brand initiative ‘Start Something’, Andy Fell, General Manager of St.George’s Retail Bank is driving an epic journey of transformation. He recognised that this provided a unique opportunity to build leaders at all levels across the business. Impact Australia were initially engaged to create a series of senior leadership and cross-functional team development events aimed at building a high performance culture in the retail bank.

Coaching for Performance is a two-day development program designed to provide people leaders with a mindset and range of highly practical coaching and challenging skills that will help them to grow the capabilities, motivation and commitment of their team members.

“This programme has really ‘started something’. We believe that there is a little dragon inside all of us…and coaching makes the difference when it comes to our people reaching their true potential. Impact have once again delivered.” - Andy Fell, General Manager, Retail Banking

Testimonials
See what our customers say about us
Michael Durrant
Learning consultant
Santander
Impact deliver long lasting change, by crafting something truly inspirational and truly different to what anyone else is offering.
Julie
Participant
Modulaire Group
"The 'conversations that count' talent programme is a great opportunity to improve the understanding of our business with a broader perspective, to work with new people and to learn from them and to develop new leadership skills."
Ed Schenkenberg
Executive Director
International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)
"Impact listened very carefully to our expectations and thoughts on the objectives and desired outcome of the retreat and developed the agenda accordingly. They also provided us with the right man for the job of facilitating the retreat as he knew exactly when to come in and step back in moving the discussions forward."