Submitted by Sal Silvester on May 14, 2013
Have you ever wondered why your leadership team struggles so much? Why there is unexplained tension and unspoken expectations?
Leadership Teams are straddled with unique challenges that other teams don't normally face. For example, most members of a Leadership Team often "own" a function of the organization (e.g., Marketing, Engineering, Sales), are rewarded based on the success of that function, and then asked to be part of a team of peers who battle for the same set of resources.
Submitted by Sal Silvester on June 8, 2011
Team in Name Only
- Unclear purpose, unclear agenda
- Individual egos, goals, and silos first
- Fear of debate, how others will react
- Meetings are a distraction from "real work"
- Rely on leader to integrate, accountability