Managing Partner, Dr. Jeb Hurley, combines decades of strategy, operating, and global leadership experience with deep expertise in team dynamics. He is a behavioral scientist and tech industry startup CEO with an F100 general management background. Jeb’s expertise was forged through leadership failures and successes, years of research culminating in a doctorate in Organizational Leadership, and an insatiable curiosity about why leaders do what they do.
Jeb’s exposure to toxic managers and dysfunctional teams and their effect on his behavior and well-being ignited a passion for decoding leader behavior and team dynamics. His experience working with exceptional leaders and attending leadership programs at the Center for Creative Leadership, Harvard Business School, and the Aspen Institute was the catalyst that triggered Jeb’s drive to guide leaders to positively impact people’s lives.
Today, Jeb’s purpose is elevating people’s lives at work by measurably improving leadership team effectiveness. He supports leaders in delivering positive business outcomes and creating value through:
- Building healthy team dynamics and high trust, high-performance cultures.
- Developing high-collaboration team-based organizations.
- Individual executive and team coaching.
In the case studies below, you can read about Jeb’s work and its impact on people and organizations.
The Problem 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 […]
The Problem An IT managed services and cyber security consultancy was experiencing rapid organic growth. In addition, they recently completed their first merger as part of a longer-term M&A strategy. […]
The Problem After years of rapid growth, a large division of a global IT company was struggling to maintain sales momentum. Silos had formed across the organization and trust was […]
The Problem An all-remote Dev Ops company was rapidly moving toward an IPO in the coming year. They had grown rapidly in the prior three years and were feeling the […]
The Problem The profit engine in the printing equipment business is consumables but for several years the channel sales teams across Asia had been discounting consumables and sacrificing long term […]
The Problem A technology company was experiencing greater than 30% attrition of university graduates within the first 18 months of employment. The Approach Dr. Hurley began by gathering insights and […]