Why choose us?

Why “Hunting TerritoryTM”?
The Hunting TerritoryTM method recognises the fact that we are territorial animals.

As a consequence we

  • need our personal space
  • protect our freedom in action and in decision-making
  • don’t want our neighbours to interfere because that may affect our interests
  • for the same reason, we often ignore what is happening in neighbouring territories
  • develop a tunnel vision
  • tend to undervalue, misread or completely ignore what other people are doing - people with whom we should collaborate
  • ignore them even when we would clearly benefit from such collaboration

Our desire for integrity overrides our interests.

These are the main reasons behind communication problems. The issue is how we deal with this desire to be individual; the issue is how we behave while protecting our territory. And our behaviour depends, in large part, on our personality, on our communication skills, and on the organisational culture in which we have to operate. 

The conscious and unconscious protection of our territories prevents us from realising that in this new, complex world, our territories overlap. 

We no longer have the luxury of isolating ourselves; we have become highly interdependent. We must collaborate – we have no choice. It is in these territorial overlaps that we must give and, equally importantly, listen to feedback. If we want to perform well, we must share our problems and solutions.

The Hunting TerritoryTM method supports teams to discover and dismantle the barriers to cooperation. It facilitates focused open discussions and agreements. It clears the channels of communication and establishes an open feedback system. This process creates a performance and problem solving focused team culture that establishes a well performing team in our turbulent times.
What makes The Hunting TerritoryTM different?
The Hunting TerritoryTM method has developed and continues to evolve from a unique background that is based upon extensive and successful work in
  • high performance sport teams (elite athlete/elite coach)

  • group and family therapy (systemic approach to human behaviour of social psychology)

  • corporate consulting

The method provides a unique :
  • perspective of team dynamics and the dangers of role overlaps and gaps

  • language and framework to allow team members to articulate and predict interpersonal conflict

  • insight into how to leverage gold medal success from the elite sport into the corporate world