Group and Individual Decision Coaching


Group Decision Coaching

Our coaching and facilitation support group decision-making using structured workshops that enhance creativity and collaboration, manage conflicts and complexities, identify and clarify ambiguities, and achieve the desired results in less time and effort.

When tailoring workshops for a team, we work hand in hand with each individual team member to understand their points of view and priorities. This will allow us to prepare the workshop structure and develop effective framing to discuss issues and problems. The streamlining of the workshop will allow effective collaboration and out-of-the-box thinking to identify potential options and scenarios, reach agreed-upon solutions, and develop implementation plans.

Individual Decision Coaching

Our individual decision coaching sessions help decision-makers manage uncertainties and complexities, identify and clarify ambiguities, define and properly frame issues, and simulate and assess potential outcomes of solution options.

When planning workshops with individual decision-makers, the techniques may include management style assessment, game theory, simulating the effect of stakeholders, and identifying the most effective methods to collaborate with the individual.

Case studies:

A global investment bank experienced a rapid deterioration in the quality and consistency of product information arriving from different business units and regions. In facilitated workshops, the client team developed an Information Management strategy. The team defined and implemented an effective method for accessing enterprise-wide information in a timely fashion, resulting in more accurate reporting and faster decision-making.

A national consumer finance organization experienced a drop in market share and erosion in profit margins. In facilitated workshops with the CEO and his direct reports, the team identified and introduced a company-wide, multi-tier improvement program. A key outcome was that each direct report identified the initiatives they are able to support and together agreed on the collaboration effort required for the success of the program.

The new CIO of a multi-national developer and producer of health care products needed to improve the alignment between the Information Technology and the business units it supported. In facilitated workshops, members of the technology and business units created an agreed-upon effective process and organization structure to align and govern their decision-making.

The division president of a financial organization needed to implement a new sales and marketing structure and process that faced strong opposition. In individual ongoing sessions, actions that inspired and mobilized the sales force to buy-in were identified, implemented, and adjusted as needed.