Ryan is an enterprise agility facilitator, coach, trainer and management consultant. He is the founder of Systemic Agility and CEO of StrongSuits. He works with groups, teams, managers and leaders to foster strategic alignment, agility, creativity, and more effective communication and teamwork. Ryan has coached, trained and mentored hundreds of managers, coaches and facilitators in agile approaches to management, leadership, coaching and facilitation. He’s the co-designer of accredited workshops and trainings in team agility coaching, team agility facilitation, enterprise agility coaching, coaching agile transformations and lean change management. Prior to coaching and facilitation Ryan spent a decade in the city of London as an e-commerce software developer and senior project manager in multi-national consulting firms. He’s coached and consulted in almost every industry including retail, supply chain, publishing, government, travel, cloud software, education, investment banking, wealth management, fintech, telco, energy and data analytics. He holds an electrical engineering degree from the University of Cape Town, an MBA from Warwick Business School and over a dozen certifications in personal, team, and organisational development.
A hands-on workshop to help you gain a better understanding of your strengths and communication style and explore what this means for how you communicate in teams.
Whether you’re a coach, facilitator, or team member, this hands-on workshop will use the StrongSuits cards to help you gain a better understanding of your strengths and communication style and explore what this means for how you communicate and collaborate in teams.
This hands-on workshop will use the StrongSuits cards to help you gain a better understanding of your strengths, limitations and communication styles and explore what this means for how you communicate and collaborate in teams. You'll leave the workshop feeling energised and empowered to play to your strengths! StrongSuits is based on 4 findings from modern psychology: *People perform best when they play to their strengths (Gallup, Martin Seligman) *Our limitations hold the keys to our strengths (Daniel Ofman) *Diversity makes teams stronger (Belbin, McKinsey) *People communicate in different ways (Linda Berens, William Moulton Marston) This has profound implications for team members, coaches, facilitators, managers and leaders to understand different communication styles and how to coach individuals and teams to play to their strengths and derive the maximum benefit from the cognitive diversity in teams. More information on StrongSuits can be found at https://strongsuits.com/ For more in-depth information you may like to view the short starter guide at https://strongsuits.com/resources/