Unless you’re leading a legion of robots, you’ve probably had questions like these:
You may have vast amounts of information, an inspiring vision and the greatest plan in the world, but you’ll only reach your goals—and grow as an organization—if your team is willing and able to take the big leaps with you.
Over the years, we’ve discovered something essential about helping leaders and their organizations do big things:
To get to the bottom line, you have to go through the front line.
It sounds obvious, but why do so few consultants practice this way? We work with our clients to support and develop their team while at the same time executing a rigorous and effective process. Balance is the key—doing both simultaneously brings greater and more reliable results than doing them separately.
Yes, it really does. But don’t take it from us—take it from clients who have experienced it firsthand:
Coraggio helped my leadership team work through a number of very critical strategic priorities at a very important time. Their combination of facilitation skills and easy-to-understand tools allowed us to focus our thinking and build a solid foundation for implementation and future planning.
As a result of our work with Coraggio, we have a new perspective on leadership in our organization. They understand business strategy, the complexity of organizational change and how to pull it all together by developing and strengthening leadership. Our senior leaders lead differently today than they did before our work with Coraggio—and we are a better organization because of it.
Coraggio took seriously the task of clarifying the project, and asked insightful questions as they got to know our team and our particular situation. We thought we had it pretty well scoped before Coraggio showed up, but through productive conversations, and asking us to think a bit more deeply, we came to a more nuanced approach, which influenced how we engaged our employees, our business partners, and our executive leadership roles. The result was a solid transition plan, with outcomes we hadn’t anticipated but were ultimately right.
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