Russell Futcher

High-Performance IT Teams Specialist

High-Performance IT Team Development and Turnaround

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HPT's gained popular acceptance in the US by the 1980s with adoption by organizations such as General Electric, Boeing, HP and others. Often in less than a year, HPT's achieved a quantum leap in business results in all key success criteria, including customer, employee, shareholder and operational value-add.

Whats in it for me?

  • Development of a loyal and passionate workforce who absorb workload like a sponge.

  • Expanded career opportunities.

  • Opportunity to remould your management team.

  • Increased confidence and improved relationship management skills.

  • Envy of your peers.

  • Creation of a supportive, no surprises workplace.

What's in it for the organisation?

  • Management and Leadership training.

  • Ability to more efficiently handle rapid and unexpected growth with fewer resources.

  • Preferred employer status with significantly lower staff turnover rates.

  • Teams that innovate and don't just reinvent.

  • Utility grade IT Systems.

  • Improved competitiveness, faster responsiveness, exceptional customer service.

  • Market leadership capability.

What's in it for them?

  • Opportunity for substantial professional growth and to correct any existing team performance issues.

  • More extensive career options.

  • Authentic job satisfaction where work is an experience and not just a job.

  • A strong sense of professionalism, confidence and performance.

  • A significant increase in productivity, skills and self-empowerment.

  • Retention of quality staff.

Success is almost totally dependent upon drive and persistence. The extra energy required to make another effort or try another approach is the secret of winning.
— Denis Watley