Leadership, Change and EOS
Start here to target the mindsets and habits that derail leaders and limit your organization’s success. Our coaching methods create real and lasting change one leader at a time.
It’s easy to think that company cultures are primarily shaped by the decisions and actions of the most senior leaders. But the reality is, leaders at every level have the power to make or break your culture every day. The daily leadership behaviors that make people feel included vs. excluded, respected vs. disrespected, or supported vs. undermined are what determines how employees will experience your organization’s culture regardless of what cultural values you have defined on your website.
Leader coaching is the most powerful way you can help your leaders develop or deepen the mindset and skills that will ensure your cultural values are more than a statement on your website.
Our coaching works because we don’t treat the job of a leader as merely a collection of techniques to be learned. Although we have plenty of experience dealing with some of the messiest situations leaders can face, we don’t simply provide answers. We shift perspectives and help your leaders find new ways of thinking so that they can find answers to their most challenging problems now and long after coaching ends.
Start here for teams who are suffering under the crushing weight of destructive conflict. Stop treating symptoms and start breaking the pattern of dysfunctional behaviors.
Some shocking new research has shown that unhealthy team environments do not just negatively impact performance and morale. It revealed that employees experiencing an unhealthy team environment are 35-55% more likely to be diagnosed with a major physical disease. This should instill a sense of urgency for any leader of a team experiencing persistent dysfunctional behavior.
Throughout the years working with teams of all sizes and capabilities, we have seen many suffer under the crushing weight of destructive behaviors. This kind of problem is self-reinforcing because the nature of the dysfunction is the inability for team members to establish effective communication, build trust, and work out their differences.
We know that the team members are typically not bad people, but they are stuck in a team environment that is perpetuating destructive behavior and failing to bring out constructive behavior. When teams get stuck in patterns of destructive behavior, it’s time to ask for help and get serious about opening up to new ways of working that will restore trust and improve team performance. We call this team recovery and we know how to help you create it.