The growth and development of an executive team is one of the wisest investments an organization can make.
It is this group that fundamentally controls the potential of the organization. The decisions and actions these leaders take and the behaviors they exhibit directly determine whether the organization flourishes or fails. Yet, all too often senior executive groups neglect evaluating themselves and developing their own group into a superior performing team. Rather than focusing on their own behavior and effectiveness, they may evaluate organizational strategies or programs or they may look to leaders beneath them for improvement. However, one of the most transformational experiences for a top leadership team is to turn the mirror onto themselves by asking very important questions such as: