How much impact does a great leader have over one who is just average?
So much that it’s practically a given in business today: Profits and strong, effective leadership are directly related.
Do you believe that great leaders are born? Or that they can be developed? Either way, great leadership doesn’t happen by accident.
You must know the strengths and development needs of your key leaders. You must have a strong idea of what qualities make for effective leadership in your organization. And you must know how to bridge gaps between how people are leading and how you need them to lead.
Here are three areas where we add value:
- Making good teams great. We assess the team and identify what is needed for them to become even more effective and efficient.
- Identify what is stopping or stalling an under-performing team. It’s not always obvious why a team isn’t functioning well. And it can be nearly impossible to figure that out from within the organization, because poor communication, hidden agendas, and a tendency to avoid conflict can interfere with finding out what is really going on. We learn what’s causing the team to fail and let you know if and how it can be turned around.
- Identifying high-performers. Whether it’s a select group or all managers at a certain level, we individually assess each person and identify their strengths and development needs. We can also help you create development plans and pathways that help ensure that high-performers have the strategies and tools they need to succeed.
Organizations I’ve worked with have been transformed by this process. To learn more about it, call me at (610) 642-3040 or Contact Me.