Category: Leadership Team Development

Do You Have a Good Team?

Blog | Leadership Team Development | 2 minute read
November 28, 2018

Exceptional leaders know what makes good teams. They are purposeful in selecting team members who can accomplish what needs doing and can interact with others skillfully.

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When Better Is Not Good Enough

September 20, 2018

I recently listened to a rebroadcast of a speech Lyndon Johnson gave to a joint session of congress when he proposed the voting rights act. The gist of his speech was that while things had gotten better for African Americans, they were still not good enough when it came to the right to vote. Johnson had reached […]

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How to get the most out of your executive meeting

Blog | Leadership Team Development | 7 minute read
July 9, 2018

The best executive team meetings are those that maximize efficiency while producing actionable items and inspiring your leaders to keep driving your organization forward. Shockingly, many meeting organizers seem not to understand this. Executive meetings often lack direction, focus and more closely resemble a talk shop than a decisive center of activity. This can cause […]

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What Every CEO Needs to Know About Team Development

March 7, 2018

A CEO asked me recently, “What models does The Bailey Group base your Leadership Team Development consulting on?” Having just completed a team fundamentals session with an executive team the previous day, and because all our work is based on research and practice-validated models, it was an easy question to answer. The Bailey Group’s Leadership […]

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The Importance of an Effective Leader’s Vision

December 20, 2017

It is absolutely vital for a leader to have a clear, honed vision. The Pont du Gard is an excellent example to illustrate the importance of an effective leader’s vision.

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3 Quick Ways To Ignite Your Executive Team

Blog | Leadership Team Development | 2 minute read
November 1, 2017

You and your executive team have been working hard—too hard—the last several months and you’ve been together a while. There’s no drama, internal or external, and performance metrics are on track. You’re beginning to wonder whether this is a good thing or will complacency set in? So, you’re looking for ways to recognize and/or re-ignite […]

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