S3E1: Is your executive team under-performing? How would you know?

As a CEO or other senior leader how do you know if your executive team is under-performing? If they are, how do you get them to become a high performing team?

Today we’re starting Season 3 of the Impact Multiplier CEO Podcast: High Value-Creating Leadership Teams.

Richard Medcalf is joined by Davina Stanley, CEO of the Clarity First Program, and we look at what you can do to transform your leadership team from a group of high performing people to a high value-creating team.

You'll learn:

  • What the difference is between a high performing team and a high value-adding team
  • Why being too task focused can make you lose sight of the real goals
  • How to avoid 80/20 conversations in meetings where 20% of people are doing 80% of talking
  • The reasons why bold conversations are not happening in your meetings
  • Why a decision isn’t about what you add to your list

“There’a difference between a group of highly valuable people and a high value-creating team."

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