The three results that all leadership teams need and what they often get instead
Why mindset – not simply behavior – is the critical driver for developing better team results
What makes effective – and ineffective – team mindsets
How your leadership team can get unstuck to produce the results they need
Organizations rely on leadership teams to guide their organizations but so often these teams don’t get the results they need. Why does a group of smart leaders so often create a less-than-effective team? The difference between getting stuck and producing results is the team’s mindset. Leadership teams get stuck because they hold deeply entrenched beliefs about how leaders and team members are supposed to act – and what it means to be a “strong leader.” Leaders think they are acting in the best interests of their organization, but unknowingly contribute to their teams’ ineffectiveness. Leaders don’t understand why or know how to resolve the situation. The good news is that leaders and their teams can create significantly better results by shifting their team mindset.