Executive teams have a tough task these days. Technology is disrupting, expectations are shifting, and markets are transforming. Right answers don’t stay right for long. That means how an executive team works together is more indicative of success than any specific choice they make. Effective teams are flexible, fast-learning, high-trust, willing-to-risk, OK-to-fail, and exceptional at communication. We help you get there.

Common situations in which we’re engaged
  • Team processes and norms are weak resulting in poor dialogue and decision making
  • Trust on a team is low and relationships feel strained
  • Conflict is undermining a team’s ability to effectively get aligned and lead
  • New members are joining the team and the group wants to accelerate team formation
How we work
  1. Team assessment (interviews, surveys, observation)
  2. Facilitate team meetings and offsites using live business issues
  3. Cultivate processes and norms to support a team’s vision and goals
  4. Individual coaching to strengthen personal leadership

Example case studies
Case Study
Global Investment Management Firm

Managing Growth and Aligning a Partnership

This 1000-person firm has been a leader in a several investment management niches over 25 years. For many years they’ve had strong growth. When that growth slowed, fractures in the partnership resulted.

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Case Study
Software Startup

Refocusing resources for growth

A software startup found early success in selling mobile application tools to corporate IT departments across many industries. Unfortunately, after a few years it became clear this was a tough business to scale.

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