The Chief Executive wanted to harness the collective capability of his senior leadership team to lead and embed the changes within the organisation. Read more to see what the challenges being experienced in the organisation included.
We believe that with the guidance of top executives, agile leaders can be developed internally. By identifying and developing high-potential talent, your business can improve its ability to deliver strategic priorities. Having an agile leader on the team takes the company from good to great. Your leaders are focused, confident and driven to lead.action, agility, assessment, behaviours, better, bility, business, change, complex, conditions, context, create, creative, development, effective, environment, executives, expecting, experiment, feedback, generated, identify, improve, initiatives, insights, lead, leaders, leadership, level, managers, needs, novel, objectives, organisation, performance, priorities, process, rapid, report, senior, stakeholder, step, strategic, takes, talent, team, tool, understand, undertake, view
Never more than now has the spotlight been played so brightly on the effectiveness of Boards. So, what do you need to do to ensure that your board is performing to the best of its ability? Most boards regularly revisit systems and processes of governance. Don’t waste all your efforts here. That’s not what makes the real difference.ability, based, behaviour, best, board, boardroom, bring, change, compassionate, competencies, consultants, conversations, create, development, dialogue, difference, difficult, effective, ensure, experience, facilitated, fire, full, governance, greatest, help, highly, hold, improved, lead, meaningful, members, name, non-executive, organisation, outstanding, performing, plan, processes, provides, provoke, real, relationships, research, sector, skills, spotlight, vision, work, years
“Today we had the final workshop of a year-long Leadership Development Programme for our Senior team. Thanks to Catherine and Arlene from the Houston Exchange for guiding us so well – we have learnt a great deal” – Mike Bullock, Chief Executivearlene, behaviours, building, business, capability, catherine, challenges, changes, chief, climate, coaching, continue, conversations, create, deal, deliver, departments, desire, development, difference, divider, effective, element, empowered, enable, ensure, exchange, focus, focused, following, help, houston, identified, improvement, include, key, leaders, leadership, learning, level, management, measuring, meeting, members, needs, nlb, objectives, ongoing, opportunities, organisation, outcomes, performance, process, programme, quality, real, recognising, relation, response, resulting, role, senior, share, silos, solid, staff, strategic, style, success, supported, sustainable, team, tracking, ways, working
The role of a Leadership today is viewed very differently compared to a generation ago. In the last 20 years a new way of looking at leadership has emerged which views leadership as much more complex. However, irrespective of how operating environments have changed, I still see leaders behaving in ways today that are similar to how I was managed (good and bad) and it makes me wonder about what those great managers/leaders did, and would they still be effective today.ability, accelerator, administer, agility, anything, asked, authentic, aware, behaviour, boss, calm, change, changeleading, clarity, communication, connected, continue, conversations, courage, created, david, days, deep, development, differently, effective, emotional, enthused, environments, everyone, expertise, face, greater, growing, help, human, important, individuals, informed, inspired, intelligence, job, journey, leaders, leadership, leading, learning, level, listenedhe, manage, moods, nash, operated, organisation, personal, positive, power, presence, pressurised, ray, really, role, self-assessment, share, specific, supported, team, teamhe, think, today, tool, value, views, widely, work