Positive solutions for competitive organisations
Stratfield Performance Consulting has wide experience in human performance consulting to the IT industry, corporate banking, the international sports arena and more recently in the mining industry. Stratfield Performance Consulting seeks to partner with people who seek long term extra-ordinary results that outperform the competition. The key focus is on sustained excellence that is driven through thoughtful behaviour and actions. Stratfield Performance Consulting seeks to do this through maximizing the human talent that already exists in any organisation or team. We do this by focusing on:
• Solutions not problems.
• Positive behaviour change
• Current thinking and how this helps or hinders
• Creating positive and meaningful conversations
• Leadership at all levels
We have had the pleasure of working with a wide variety of clients in the following sectors:
We consult in a wide range of contexts from up-and-coming sportsmen and women, as well as world-ranked athletes and recently worked with some of the South African Paralympic team that did so well in Beijing. Click here for a glowing testimonial letter from one of the team members.
Our consultants have a wide range of experience working with diverse organisations across mining, engineering, academic, corporate and investment banking, military, marketing, IT and even other consulting corporations. Some of the companies that we have worked with include IBM, Microsoft, McKinsey Consulting, ABSA Capital, Wits University, RedCube, Turgis Engineering, Goldfields, Anglo Gold Ashanti, Chamber of Mines, Gauteng Department of Education and Wits Health Consortium.
We believe passionately that we are intertwined within the communities that we work in and with. It is therefore critical that we strive to uplift our society around us. Part of our time is spent working closely with organisations that share a common vision of leaving society a better place. We have worked with the Anglican Doicese of Johannesburg, Soul City, Heartlines and a community education project in Alex, Roseact.