11 October 2023

Throughout your business journey, there are many reasons for transitioning staff. From transitioning new staff in with effective onboarding, transitioning staff up through career development and transitioning staff out of your business due to change or misaligned values.

Transitioning In

In this presentation, you will learn how to onboard your team members more effectively and get the most out of your existing team.

What you will learn:

  • How to communicate your vision, culture, goals and KPIs
  • Identify the strengths and gaps in your team and the support they need to grow
  • Understand different communication streams
  • Communicate expectations and the unspoken rules of your workplace
  • Immerse recruits in your culture to have a seamless transition

Transitioning Up

In this presentation, you will learn how to unlock the productivity and performance of your team and ensure you get the right people in the right roles.

You will also learn how to:

  • Uncover the strengths and stretches of your team • Ascertain if an employee is the right fit for your organisation
  • Identify the right people for roles to unlock greater productivity
  • Conduct pair and job analysis by identifying DISC energies for the role
  • Increase performance through 360-appraisal processes, surveys and feedback
  • Detect new leaders within your organisation
  • Grow your organisation by hiring people who intimidate you intellectually

Transitioning Out

In this presentation, you will learn how to transition staff out of your business while still maintaining a good relationship with them.

You will learn how to:

  • Conduct performance reviews that uncover the goals, needs and values of employees
  • Minimise the effects of a toxic person on your workplace culture • Identify whether an employee needs to go or can be re-engaged
  • Transition staff out in a positive way that helps them find their purpose
  • The need for outplacement and how it can protect your employment brand

What Bec's Clients Say

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Bec is a dynamic leader with vision. She inspires growth and change. She has amazing focus, is flexible and innovative. Bec takes her audience on a journey of self-discovery and personal and professional growth. She is solid gold.

Viv Capes

Bec is a master at bringing a team together and encouraging individuals in the group to bring their best self. Bec brought her inclusive, fun, easy going and warm nature to our session but all the while I was left with no doubt that not only was she 100% on point in her subject matter, she artfully guided and nudged our group to our fullest potential. Thanks Bec.

May McGarva
Atticus Accountants

We have been working with Bec Fox and her team for over 5 years. Our corporate clients LOVE the team building programs on offer and always provide fabulous feedback about Bec’s team and the outcomes they achieve. It has been a pleasure working with Bec and we look forward to creating more opportunities together in the future.

Cassie Spellacy
Operations Manager
Cedar Creek Lodges & Thunderbird Park®

I engaged Bec Fox to be the mentor and leadership coach of Positive Women Victoria's Reaching Your Potential program - workshop 4: Make The Change. Attended by 10 women living with HIV, the feedback was all 'fantastic'. All said Bec helped change their lives enabling them to reach their potential in both their personal life and as emerging HIV advocates. Bec has a very special skill in seeing each individual's potential and helping them step out of their comfort zone to allow growth to happen. On behalf of all the women, thank you, thank you, thank you. Heather Ellis, communications and engagement coordinator, Positive Women Victoria.

Heather Ellis

Our senior leadership team benefited greatly from an afternoon session with Bec Fox. Her ability to read people, combined with her fantastic attitude, energy and her vast knowledge ensured a successful afternoon where all members participated and were fully engaged. I highly recommend you look at Bec Fox’s services for your next team meeting!

Sean Hickling