We work with

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

 

Results:

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.

 

Results:

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

 

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