We worked with an organization struggling with a dysfunctional management group. Their behavior created factions, tolerated passive-aggressive conflict, and caused endless, heated discussions that failed to resolve important decisions.
While the organization's economics were sound, the board of directors knew the organization would not thrive until some tough decisions were made about who should lead, how the leaders should work with each other, and how the group could learn to trust and be honest with each other. Through a combination of executive and team coaching, the client has experienced a dramatic increase in the management team's effectiveness. NorthStone's work allowed the organization to increase its revenue and expand its projects, while creating a true management team that works through conflict and leads with confidence.