LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Earle de Blonville has achieved some amazing results on assignments for clients across a range of industry sectors. 

Selected successful assignments

 

1. Project communication: World Health Organisation 

- Creating leadership communication to support global healthcare enterprise

Outcomes:

- Competing Australian agencies agreed for the first time to work together.

- Problem evaluation shifted from technical/medical to purely strategic. 

- Component strategies were defined with outcomes and agreed metrics.

- A 50% reduction was forecast on the original project timescale.

 

2. Stakeholder communication:  IT infrastructure security float

- Creating leadership & enterprise communication effectiveness to support IPO

Outcomes:

- Company won full stakeholder support for its name change on the ASX. 

- Management communications reconfigured to support rapid growth.

- Offer closed early, 7 times oversubscribed giving market cap of $40 million. 

- Company received a positive media blitz from the Financial press. 

- Share price jumped 30% on opening, and remained high.

 

3. Enterprise communication: Government-led growth

- Leadership communications to support regional competitiveness

Outcomes: 

- Fast track bureaucracy developed to secure multinational manufacturing bases. 

- Victoria’s regional competitiveness strengthened with new export markets.

- Significant inward investment delivered, with greatly increased employment.

 

4. Pitch consulting: Leading minerals producer

- Communicating to fast-track a new national financial reporting system 

Outcomes:

- The CFO’s pitch succeeded and the development program immediately started.

- Twelve months after implementation, $35 million in direct savings was achieved.

- Over 5 years, the benefit was predicted to be $160 million.

 

5. Merger communications: Professional services leader

- Creating a post-merger leadership culture to support international growth

Outcomes:

- Exceptional improvements in business and pitching capacity generally.

- Evolution of pre-merger cultures into a post-merger leadership culture.

- Significantly better use of knowledge capital through cross functional teamwork.

- Creation of a new leadership-aware language and client-focused approach.


Enquire today: earle (at) deblonville.com