What Steve Knows To Be True About Building Better Teams
He has never met a leadership team that was too stupid to be successful, but he has met teams too dysfunctional to succeed.
He is a consultant for leaders who want to make their organizations more effective & stronger.
He does two things:
- He helps leadership teams become stronger, better aligned, get clear on their work, and help develop culture and employees.
- He helps organizations struggling with politics, confusion, morale, productivity, turnover, and wasted time, money and energy.
What he does really works, it’s practical, not touchy-feely or theoretical, and I deliver quick impact, often within days, and transformation within months.
Invest in Your Team’s Success By Building A Better Organization
Steve is a consultant for leaders who want to make their organizations more effective.
He helps leadership teams become stronger, better aligned, get clear on their work, and help develop culture and employees.
He works with organizations struggling with politics, confusion, morale, productivity, turnover, and wasted time, money and energy.
What he does really works; it’s practical, not touchy-feely or theoretical.
His work delivers quick impact, often within days, and transformation within months.
Steve’s work is evidence-based, supported, and backed up by affiliation with the Table Group & Patrick Lencioni.
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Steve's Road Map To Organizational Health
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Healthy companies are better equipped to reduce politics, confusion and unwanted turnover, outperforming their competitors by replacing those challenges with cohesion and clarity. We help leaders master the disciplines of organizational health and take advantage of the benefits it provides.
Steve’s Organizational Health Journey is customized to the specific nature and situation of every client. This may include the following activities:
- An executive team offsite in which we identify and address team dysfunction and work to create alignment around the six critical questions required for organizational clarity.
- Facilitation of key executive team meetings to ensure their effectiveness.
- A session with leaders across the organization to cascade priorities and direction around organizational health.
- Training for leaders, managers and internal facilitators to support a consistent roll-out to the entire organization
What Is the Organizational Health Journey
The Organizational Health Journey will help you work through the four steps and achieve organizational health.
#1: Build a ‘First Team’
The first and most critical step in a healthy organization is creating a cohesive leadership team committed to doing the ongoing work of developing and maintaining a high-performing team.
#2: Create Clarity
Creating clarity at the executive level is essential to building and maintaining a healthy organization. Clarity is created by answering six simple but critical questions that will eliminate discrepancies among team members and create an agreed to playbook.
#3: Be a CRO (Chief Reminder Officer)
Once a leadership team has become cohesive and established clarity around the six critical questions, they need to communicate the answers to employees over and over again. There are specific communication strategies the leadership team can employ to ensure that messaging is consistent and absorbed by employees.
#4: Build Human Systems
This is a very human endeavour, not a technical one. The leadership team needs to build human systems in the following areas need to tie to the six questions: Recruiting, hiring and firing, managing performance, compensation and rewards and real-time recognition