In our experience, very often a Leadership Team doesn't function as a Team

Very often we find that each board member manages their own divisions and functions, and the team assembles once every so often for board meetings and strategic away days, but are they really a team?

It's only when they start to take each others' trust into their hands that you can truly say they are a team, at which point you'll start seeing fantastic business results.

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Case Study:

We worked the senior leadership team of one of the UKs largest hospitality businesses. The programme has so far delivered a financial RoI of 37 times; here are a selection of the results of the programme:

“Getting my direct reports to own the strategy which I have been trying to get them on board with. Through a group session they have developed their own strategy, and one that we are all now totally committed to.”

“There were 229 outstanding pieces of Safety, Legal and Compliance Training in my District. One month after the programme, there were 4.”

“Massive increase in engagement and different type of conversations arising from using coaching questions.”

Case Study:

We worked with the UK board of one of the worlds largest retailers who wanted to accelerate performance improvements across the organisation, and, to do that in a unified and sustainable way that engenders greater engagement, collaboration and innovation from direct reports and more generally amongst the workforce.  4 months after the programme the RoI stood at 6 times; here are a selection of comments from the delegates:

"This is a really engaging course, it was a great opportunity for the leadership team to interact and support each others development."

“This programme really has the power to change our culture, it’s now up to this group of leaders to continue and evolve.”



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