Leadership Teams have a disproportionate effect on any organization.And it’s usually exaggerated in either direction.
When it’s good, it can be more powerful for the bottom line than any other single factor.
To harness this power, strong leadership teams need to be working in harmony toward common goals.
Every team is a group of diverse individuals.Personality types, culture, learning styles and directions of personal development all contribute to each member’s role in reaching team goals.
To plot a successful course, we need to exploit the strengths of this diversity and resolve the paradox between each individual’s personal drivers and style.
The resulting synchronization delivers outstanding team strength and the focus to succeed.
Getting from A to B
Business Navigation Group has a wealth of customizable diagnostic tools to benchmark the current position of a leadership team and to help determine the best route to excellence. Often, our Executive Team Leadership Assessment provides an attractive starting point.
From this baseline, we develop and deliver customized training and coaching programs – working to develop the team and each individual’s potential toward outstanding performance. We also provide a series of rapid deployment workshops as an alternative to our customized programs. The Executive Team Leadership Workshop (pdf) is one example.
The result? A measurable journey to achieving your business goals.
Some say that leaders are born, not made.We disagree.
By understanding more about our individual motivators and strengths, we can learn and adopt the traits and practices that make for great leadership teams.
During the course of any business day, many different ‘soft’ and ‘hard’ skills must be deployed for effective results.The key to building excellence is the acquisition of both skill sets.
Which Way is Best?
Each business has its own blend of strengths and challenges, and each team is made up of a diverse group of individuals.
Programs for team and individual excellence must be tailored to suit; some examples of our recent workshops include:
·Finding the Right Leadership Style
·Effective Team Communications
·Developing Deeper Emotional Intelligence
·Managing Change and Conflict
·Managing International Teams
·Team Problem Solving and Decision Making
·Resolving the Values Paradox
·Influencing Virtual Teams
Practice makes perfect.
To ensure that everyone gets to develop their own personal strengths, we deliver Executive Coaching, as part of our team programs and to individual senior executives.
Business Navigation Group coaching focuses on developing leadership excellence, breaking down the barriers to outstanding performance and unleashing your own personal power to succeed.