Pitstop Programs

What will it take to boost project confidence & team performance?

Once off interventions have little impact. But a significant boost is achieved through regular pitstops over a 3, 6 or 12 month period, combined with 3 other powerful elements.

Pitstop programs combine the following elements:

Performance Potential measured & Performance Losses identified by Pitstop Analytics™.

You team will pitstop its key projects / priorities, as well as its own performance over 12 to 24 weeks.

Your team will progressively convert performance losses into gains though a blend of analysis and execution.

Embed new more agile & collaborative ways of working, using the latest tools & research from Pitstop University™.

Pitstop Programs can last 12, 24 or 48 weeks depending on the business opportunity or challenge facing a critical project or vital team.  Explore the various options here.

A 12-week sprint of activity to deliver some quick-wins, while also testing & developing the team’s potential.

It is a targeted speedy intervention with a fast payback.  It also lays the foundation for further capability building – illuminating where your team is at on its journey and it’s preparedness for the steps ahead.

A 24 week circuit to boost confidence in the delivery of key strategic priorities / initiatives.

A strategic initiative integrating analytics, pitstops (physical and virtual)s and targeted execution.  The objective is to unlock the full potential of a team charged with delivering key strategic priorities.

A 48 week circuit to boost confidence in the delivery of key strategic priorities / initiatives.

Ready to take your team to the next level?  A pitstop program is a strategic investment in unlocking the performance potential of a senior leader team.

A virtual pitstop delivers the same focus and engagement as a physical pitstop.

Virtual pitstop are a sequence of 120 min. online pitstops (lead by a qualified business coach) over a period of 6 – 12 weeks, tailored to the opportunities and challenges facing your project or team.  A typical sequence is shown in the diagram including:

  • Winning moves (execution) and agile adjustment updates
  • Pitstop pre/post briefs with the leader
  • Data-led coaching sessions.

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There are 9 different types of PitStops – each one designed to tackles a specific performance opportunity or challenge facing your organization or team. Explore the full suite of pitstops here: