It's All About CEO Leadership
Your Board Is Holding You Back
You’ve done all you can. Literally everything you can think of to get your board behind what you know are the right strategies, plans, governance, etc. to truly move your organization to the next level.
But one or more board members, outdated governance, or organizational stubbornness is preventing your organization from achieving its mission.
Does your board struggle with direction, planning, execution? Are you struggling to build consensus or gain momentum?
I can provide the consulting you need to help get your board back on track.
You Are Seriously Hurting as a Leader
You are isolated and alone. It’s lonely at the top. The cliches have never been more true particularly now as you are struggling to be an effective leader, to maintain innovation and passion, to keep your personal struggles from ruining your career.
The biggest problem is that you don’t have anyone you can talk to – certainly not anyone within your organization, let alone on the board.
Do you struggle personally, professionally, totally to be an effective leader?
I can provide the support, the guidance, the consulting you need to thrive.
What Clients said
“As always, you did an outstanding job with the West Suburban Chamber of Commerce strategic thinking meeting last week… Your insight into non-profits certainly gave us the push we needed to think long and hard about our organization and where we need to be in the future.”Sharon Scaccia Executive Director, West Suburban Chamber of Commerce, Wauwatosa, WI
“I have worked with John in several different settings. I served as a consultant to him when he was CEO with Bethesda [Lutheran Communities]. He has done some executive coaching and teaching with CEOs in our MHS network. John is a seasoned executive. He has a strategic orientation. He understands the need to build the leadership capacities of senior leadership and boards. He is warm-hearted, intuitive, and perceptive.”Rick Stiffney President and CEO, Mennonite Health Services
“I have experienced the positive impact of John’s leadership working with boards, both when he served as chairman and as an active board member. One of John’s gifts is the ability to synthesize complex issues into actionable steps that benefit organizations undergoing transformational change.”Linda Timmons President and CEO, Mosaic
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