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We work with leaders and teams in pursuit of better

Our passion is people and our mission is to democratise confidence.

At The Leadership High we create high performing environments to build confident leaders and confident teams.

TLH Teams
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Our TLH formula of Challenge | Science | Activation helps you to use challenge as performance fuel; to change your relationship with your brain; and to experience leadership highs.

  • Challenge

    Take on physical and mental challenges on your own or in a team.

  • Science

    Develop a unique relationship with your brain to help you turn obstacles into opportunities.

  • Activation

    Learn to experience a leadership high by putting your Confidence Muscle® into action.

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Improve on or surpass (an existing or previous level or achievement)

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This is more than team-building
It's confidence-building.
It's you-building.

From mountaintops to workshops to every step in your pursuit of better, we'll be by your side. We'll help you visualise what better looks like for you, coach you to utilise your mental and physical experiences, and help to keep your Confidence Muscle® fuelled, strengthened and ready for anything.

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In partnership with Loughborough University

We believe physical activities fuel your mental abilities. So to deepen our knowledge and broaden our offering, we've joined forces with Loughborough University to co-fund a PhD into the effects of recreational physical challenge on workplace performance.

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TLH News

  • Leading on Another Level in Cape Town

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  • Supporting Snow Camp Charity

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  • Taking Teams High to Gain Perspective

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TLH Talks

  • Confidence Creates the Future

    The future doesn’t exist. We create it in our minds.Have you ever stepped onto a stopped moving staircase? – If so, you will have felt your body lurch as the forward movement your brain predicted, didn’t happen.

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  • Confident Women

    Many people feel that they are less able than others think they are  - colloquially known as the ‘impostor syndrome’ - and on average women think this way more than men do. Yet it’s actually quite normal – and in many cases beneficial -  to slightly overestimate our abilities, which men and boys do much more readily than women and girls.

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  • Mel and Adam in Pursuit of Better

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