What is War Room?
Welcome to the War Room! You’re going to be matched with friendly agency leaders running similar-sized businesses to yours.
- You meet once a month for 60 minutes
- Each session follows a simple, structured format
- You’re there to listen and ask questions – not solve people’s problems
You’ll meet four times – and then you’ll be matched with a brand new set of people. It’s a great way to clear your head, solve your problems and grow your network.
What topics can i bring to the war room?
You can bring pretty much any issue you like into the War Room.
You can share challenges
Perhaps your relationship with a colleague has broken down. Maybe you’ve noticed a quality issue, or you’re finding it hard to manage your workload. All of these topics and more are welcome.
You can validate opportunities
Have you been offered a new opportunity in some area of work or life? Perhaps there’s an opportunity for growth in new market. War Room is just not for crises – it’s equally powerful for exploring opportunities and uncovering your thinking around them.
You can float ideas
If you have an idea rolling around your head, there could be some value in bringing it to the group – no matter how fragile. Letting an idea evolve through questioning and reflection could kickstart something with potential – or discard an unhelpful whim.
How do the sessions work?
Each War Room session follows a simple format.
Everybody gets some time to speak, completely uninterrupted. When they’ve finished, others respond – but ONLY with questions.
War Room is based on these principles:
1) You probably already possess the resources, knowledge or ability to positively impact the situation you’re presenting.
2) It is not the responsibility of the listening team to “fix” the issues that are presented.
3) There is always a choice being made.
The beauty of War Room is that you don’t have to have the answers. Embracing that creates an environment of genuine curiosity and growth potential.
Your only responsibilities are to listen, ask questions, and get curious about what’s really going on. Enjoy the freedom of not having to take on someone else’s challenge.