"Culture is leadership team behavior at scale. It is the invisible hand that shapes behavior and performance across an organization.”

— Dr. Jeb Hurley

Improving Organizational Health and Performance with Leadership Science

Dr. Hurley’s Leadership Science-based approach to transforming leaders and leadership teams focuses on applying behavioral science, psychology, and technology to building team and organizational culture that delivers exceptional performance and well-being.

Taking a holistic, science-based approach, Dr. Hurley focuses on the few critical human skills that impact motivation and behavior change the most.

Dr. Hurley’s coaching is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It’s a personalized journey that hones in on your team’s unique challenges, identifying and closing gaps to inspire personal and professional potential, making each feel valued and understood.

Proprietary AI-enabled software provides regular feedback that identifies the gaps limiting leadership and team potential and tracks the impact of closing those gaps, ensuring continuous improvement.

Leadership Science isn’t a silver bullet or short-term fix. It’s a strategic investment in skill development and behavior change that can transform your organizational health and outcomes, paving the way for sustained success.

Element 1. Foundations

Three workshops lay the foundation of maximizing leadership impact.

  • Session 1: Clarifying Purpose, Aligning Values, & revealing Norms.
  • Session 2: Motivation and Goal Pursuit.
  • Session 3: Accelerating Behavior Change.

Based on behavioral neuroscience and organizational psychology, these core skills accelerate behavior change, improve collaboration, and drive performance on a leadership team and across an organization.

Element 2. Gaps & Nudges Team Coaching

The Gaps & Nudges team coaching focuses on team dynamics and maximizing leadership team impact by identifying and closing gaps getting in the way of excellence.

We start by identifying experience-expectation gaps on the leadership team. Then the team works together to prioritize those gaps and behavior changes that will close those them.

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Element 3. Executive Coaching

Individual Executive Coaching complements team coaching. Dr. Hurley engages executives in a thought-provoking, data driven process. focusing on inspiring personal and professional potential.

For CEOs and Executive Leaders: Reflections on Leadership

For CEOs and Executive Leaders

The CEO or senior leader role presents distinct challenges and opportunities for influence.

Dr. Hurley works with the senior leader to help them understand what separates the best organizational leaders from the rest through three exercises where the focus is on reflecting on priorities and effectiveness.

  • The degree of change you aspire to lead across six main responsibilities.
  • Your intensity of focus on the sub-elements of those six main responsibilities.
  • Drawing on the results from the first two exercises, we’ll pinpoint high-leverage improvement areas and converting insights into actions.
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NXS
Consistent Net Experience Score (NXS) of 80+ for the executive team and with key stakeholders across all gaps.
Feedback
Qualitative feedback from the stakeholders specific to seeing individual leaders meeting skill development and desired behavior change goals.
Change
Measurable evidence that the leadership team consistently demonstrates desired behavior change.
Agreement
Agreement among the team that each team member’s coaching expectations are fulfilled.

Element 4. Measurable Observable Results

Our Proprietary software measures and tracks how leader behavior and leadership team dynamics are affecting people’s work experience and performance.

Dr. Hurley uses TeamMetryx feedback to dynamically steer coaching conversations and incorporate behavior change into day-to-day work.

We measure results based on four factors:

  • Consistent Net Experience Score (NXS) of 80+.
  • Individual leaders meeting skill development and behavior change goals.
  • The leadership team consistently demonstrating desired behavior change.
  • Individual coaching expectations are fulfilled.