Sustaining competitive advantage requires more than capable and experienced executive leadership team. In our experience, high performing executive teams have three thing in common: a common focus and aligned priorities, clear mechanics or rules that govern how work is delivered and decisions are made, and healthy team dynamics that promote constructive behaviors that drive execution. Each component is necessary for a high performing leadership team – gaps in any one of these three areas can impact team performance.
We have served top teams from various functions, stages maturity and levels effectiveness from professional sports to health systems, not-for-profits, and Fortune 500 organizations. Our work typically includes an objective assessment of team and individual behavioral patterns using validated tools. We then orchestrate collaborative scrums where we hash out the “critical few” changes related to the team’s Focus, Mechanics and Dynamics that will yield the greatest performance improvement relative to strategic priorities. Finally, we craft performance improvement plans and nudges based in behavioral science techniques to build and sustain the team’s performance.
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