The world’s best companies have been trusting us to deliver positive ROI with our behavioural change process since 2014
Every sales process is a series of key moments when the deal can be won or lost. Our solutions help your sales force stay focused during those moments – engaging the customer in provocative dialogue, generating a new set of needs and challenging the status quo to create profitable, sustainable solutions.
Leadership. Empowerment. Innovation. These aren’t just words, they’re a mindset. Our unique Constructive Challenge approach gives your employees the tools they need to challenge themselves, each other and current assumptions for higher levels of collaboration, innovation and engagement.
Carefully planned and executed procurement strategies are becoming an increasingly powerful way to save costs and add value. Our solutions enable your procurement team to stay focused, effectively engage with internal stakeholders and drive the best value for your organisation, especially in previously untapped areas.
Our clients develop the skills & confidence to engage in a courageous dialogue that challenges the current thinking and provokes innovative solutions for profitability and growth.
Global Performance Group is a global corporate training company that believes the only way to effect lasting change is to transform habits using real-life business scenarios. Most people know the theory behind "What" to do, but fail when it comes to the "How". We prepare your people to tame the fight-or-flight response and harness the tension when the pressure kicks in.
We focus on keeping you in the moment and teaching you to operate outside of your personal comfort zones. You will develop new skills and techniques to leverage the inevitable tension and generate a successful outcome for all stakeholders.
Get the tech right and use these real-life best sales practices reimagined for your virtual sales calls and you’ll become a well-oiled sales machine.
The procurement department gains nothing by standing at the gate, unleashing bolts of fire and vicious whips of the tail at your company’s other departments. Evil Lord of the Rings dragon Smaug tried it, and [SPOILER ALERT] it didn’t end well.