Executive Cohesion

Aligning your executive team to build executive team cohesion and strategic team effectiveness through brain-focused coaching methodology.

Communication gap among top management can slow down your organization. In this VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous)  era, your companies cannot afford slowing down. As the CEO or the HR Director, you need to break communication barrier among top management to put your operation in sync. Prior to that, you must uncover hidden conflict among your executives. However, in a public space such as your business organization conflict is hidden in shared agreements as a results of secret conversation behind a closed door.


As the CEO or the HR Director, you may have sniffed out these shared agreements where conflict is hidden. To uncover it, you need to peel it off layer by layer like peeling the skins of an onion. After all the tears of uncovering the conflict, you may start  with tracking down its root cause. See if it is caused by the lack of alignment and synergy toward corporate vision. If it does, you can start build executive team through values and vision re-alignment.


Our Program, will help you and your executives uncover ways of resolving conflict through brain-focused coaching. Our brain-focused coaching is based on our research. It allows our coaches to understand what is going on inside your executive brain during coaching. We use the understanding restore teamwork and vision re-alignment from within your executives.


KEY TAKEAWAYS


Why having Executive Cohesion Program for your company?

Executive Cohesion allows you to:

  • Uncover conflict hidden in what-seems-to-be-usual business agreement among your executives to its root cause

  • Re-align all conflicting parties to your corporate vision

  • Recover teamwork from within your executives

  • Rebuild synergy


Should you see your team performance is slowing down when everything seems normal, you should consider having conversation with our team to diagnose if Executive Cohesion is what you need.

 

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