A new CEO succeeding a beloved icon wanted to develop trust in his new executive team and execute aggressive growth goals. The organization was already high-performing with a successful growth model, profitability, and culture, but they wanted to achieve even better results. Previously, leaders were expected to “make their people love them,” but they needed a methodology and language to build trust and a structure to hold each other accountable for results.
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Frontline managers needed additional skills to develop direct reports. The engagement survey made it clear that employees wanted more career development opportunities.
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