Boosting an Engineering Division’s Performance
A 200-person engineering division spread across multiple countries and sites was suffering with mediocre engagement and performance for several years. The new head of the division had ambitious productivity improvement goals and knew that executive team collaboration was vital to higher engagement and better performance.
Dr. Hurley worked with the division’s leadership team to identify the behaviors on and between teams that were creating silos, decreasing productivity, and reducing engagement. Then, they worked together to create specific actions that closed gaps and strengthened team relationships.
- ORGANIZATION AND TEAM ASSESSMENT
- LEADERSHIP TRAINING
- PEOPLE STRATEGY
- Leader Coaching
Six months later there was a 30-point improvement in engagement as measured by an independent third-party consultancy. That improvement quickly translated into higher productivity across the division.
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