Our Case Studies have FOUR Critical sections:
- Client Overview
- Discover Statement
Executive Director, a non-profit organization has difficulty connecting with the new President. The client has a process-oriented, thoughtful, and consensus-driven style, while the new President is abrupt and bottom-line oriented. The new President is more involved in the day to day operations than the previous President. The client is concerned the President is becoming overly involved in daily operations.
Clients need high-level solutions to mitigate conflict and drive to consensus.
- 13 Sessions – focused on clients’ current leadership bias, risk/change tolerance, letting go of outdated assumptions. Embrace change.
- Common Ground Exercises Results: The good news is that both individuals are in agreement about the organization’s mission and priorities.
- Discovered Clients had personal fears of underperforming to the new President’s expectation, before understanding what their expectations of the new president.
- Session Focus: Empathetic Communication, Adaptability, What can the learn from the new boss, Body Language, and Peer Engagement
- The client learned to embrace the diversity of thought and better Self-awareness:
- The client established a series of Discovery meetings with new President.
- The client proactively solicited ideas and feedback from peers and new President.