executive leadership groups

Executive leadership groups are small, carefully formed groups of 8 to 12 business leaders from non-competing organizations who meet on a monthly basis for 3 to 4 hours to discuss day-to-day as well as strategic issues and concerns in an environment of confidentiality and trust. Meetings are chaired by an executive coach and provide members with the opportunity to benefit from the collective wisdom of the group by taking advantage of the knowledge, experience, innovative practices, and fresh perspectives that fellow members bring to the forum. Common topics include:
  • Resolving fundamental conflicts or destructive competition within the leadership team
  • Succession planning
  • Changing organizational culture
  • Defining the roles of the leadership team vs. operational management
  • Balancing environmental care with the desire for growth and profitability
  • Enabling real and sustainable team performance
  • Planning for and implementing the integration of 2 companies
  • Resolving interdepartmental conflicts
  • Managing a multi-generational or ethnically diverse workforce
  • Work/life balance
   
"The only truly sustainable competitive advantage is the ability to learn and adapt faster than your competition."JACK WALSH