Military Navigation for business leaders in the Information Age

In a complicated business environment and in uncertain times:

  • Could improved awareness and a better understanding of your situation help your business to be more agile?
  • Are you getting the right information to allow you to make the right decisions?
  • How can you empower and get the most out of your teams?
  • Do you have systems in place to understand when situations change?

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"Know where you are;
become agile and deliver better outcomes

"You know when you think you are doing the right thing in your business, following the tried and tested practices and recognised thinking, but it just isn't working? Using lessons from battlefield history and a combination military tools and techniques, I help executive-level leaders and business owners to become more aware of where they really are, so that they can become more agile and deliver better outcomes." 

Harry Fullerton OBE, Founder, SixFigureGrid 

"We live as if nothing will change when, in fact, it already has."

It is all too easy for leaders and executives to misunderstand the complex landscape of business today, through groupthink and confirmation bias.  This is common and a lot of businesses have this problem.  You are not alone with this situation. I’ve certainly experienced it myself both in the Army and in business. This environment demands different behaviours and ways of working through issues, such as using the Army's philosophy of 'Mission Command' to give businesses agility and stay ahead of competitors.  

With 28 years' service in the British Army where I specialised both as a combat reconnaissance commander and as a development director for fighting capability, I have developed a unique combination of battle proven military decision making techniques that can be used effectively in the business world to improve awareness, create agility and strengthen resilience.  

In a period of huge doctrinal and organisational change, I trained and deployed in the UK, Cyprus (United Nations), the Balkans, Germany, the Middle East and Afghanistan. These experiences gave me a unique insight and authority into the leadership and decision making challenges facing organisations that are navigating their way through situations full of change and uncertainty.

In some worlds, people might call me a business mentor and consultant, but I see myself as a catalyst to change the way leaders think and behave, so that they can become more agile and deliver better outcomes.


The SixFigureGrid Offer.

1. Consultancy in Business Navigation:   Central to SixFigureGrid’s mission is to help leaders and their teams understand the core function of the business they are in and their role in it. It asks the questions of where leaders think their organisations are now, how they arrived there, whether they are structured correctly, what is going on around them right now, what is likely to happen next, and where they want to get to. Using the SixFigureGrid tool set and techniques, leaders will develop superior situational awareness, identify and communicate their intent, manage and mitigate risk, empower their teams and organisation effectively, orientate to an advantage, make the right decisions and then implement the plan.

2. Decision making & Team Development through Battlefield history and visits.  Business leaders can benefit from being immersed historical battlefield situations. I team up with Corporate Battlefields to develop executives and their teams through battlefield insight.
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Leader at work: Duke of Wellington at the Battle of Sorauren, Spain, 1813.

Battlefield Study, the bridge at Sorauren, Spain, 2019

3. Leadership Talks:  I offer talks that are designed specifically for the client, be that motivational talks from my experiences in the Army, talks designed to explain Leadership Navigation, talks on the future, or talks that aim to address a specific area of interest within a business. You can also sign up to my Leadership Articles, which look at issues facing leaders in the 21st Century.