Why Executives Call Us:

Our Approach Leads
Executive Teams to
Achieve More, Sooner

Our Unique Management
Process Narrows Focus
& Improves Results

We Build Consensus Around
Strategic Priorities and
Get Better Results

Why Executives Call Us:

1. When the CEO and Board are frustrated with poor business results and the executive team is struggling to work together, lacks alignment, lacks trust or agreement around key business objectives.

2. When a person with strong technical skills is transitioning from an individual producer role to a management position or is being considered or groomed for the executive suite.

3. When an executive, or an entire executive team, is struggling to prioritize around key objectives, is missing plan or just canít seem to consistently focus on what matters most. Sure they are bright, they are busy and working very hard, but they just donít seem to be making progress toward the companyís most important objectives. The executive team, despite working hard, is just not moving the needle.

4. When the executive team is dysfunctional and not in alignment. They cannot arrive at a crisp set of prioritized strategic objectives. Instead, they are engaging in personal turf protection rather than working collaboratively for the best interests of the company and its clients.

5. When a leader is frustrated with an executive with strong subject matter skills but who has struggled with relationships, who canít seem to get along with other executives and is consistently missing targets.

6. When a CEO needs candid, independent counsel and a trusted sounding board regarding: relationships, executive performance, confidential external business opportunities or under-performing business units...a perspective that's free from internal bias, political distortion or hidden agendas.

7. When the executive team appears to have drifted from its core mission and now is engaging in turf wars, infighting, bickering and as a result, productivity has deteriorated and performance is suffering.

8. When the organization has too many projects, is chasing too many opportunities and the executive team cannot seem to focus, agree upon and support a limited set of crisp strategic priorities.

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