We work with

Board of Directors
The Board

Frustrated by some of these dysfunctional leadership symptoms:

Dictatorial Leadership

No 360 Degrees Feedback

Personal Agendas

Political Compensation.

Inefficient Use of Resources

Too Much Management

Fragmented Organisation Efforts

Too Much Talk

Ineffective Meetings

A really effective board has:
A common purpose and strategic clarity

A chairperson who can manage the board agenda, encourage debate and work in harmony with the CEO

A boardroom culture of mutual respect, honesty and openness that encourages constructive debate

An efficient board structure and processes including committees, board papers, information flow



Focused on constructive contention vs. arguments around process

Staying on the macro

Working effectively with different styles of management

The courage to speak their minds, respectfully.

A constructive relationship with the CEO and senior management

The 'C' Suite, Management and Direct Reports

Frustrated by some of these dysfunctional leadership symptoms:

Inability to Set or Focus on Goals

Unable to Make Decisions

Destructive Criticism

Personality Clashes and Infighting

Lack of Teamwork - Too Many Agendas

Empire-building / Silos

Show Ponies vs. Work Horses

Micro-Management and Paralysis by Analysis

A really effective management team has:

A common purpose and strategic clarity

The interpersonal skills, self-awareness and insight to

work effectively as part of a team.

Creates win/win solutions to interpersonal disputes and problems.

The ability to be both big-picture thinkers who can focus on the opportunities and can also focus on the risks in the details.



Implementation focus; WHS (OH&S) as the central part of team culture, special projects, cross-functional team integration

The ability to work in harmony with the Board and field deep questions without being defensive