A few weeks ago I had the pleasure and honor to be interviewed by John Mattone as part of their Expert Interview program.
John Mattone is one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership, talent and culture, and the author of seven books. He is currently preparing his next release, Cultural Transformations: Lessons of Leadership & Corporate Reinvention from the C-Suite Elite (Wiley, 2016).
John asked me if I would be willing to share some of my ideas and thoughts on Creating Executive and Leadership Team Alignment: Why is alignment so important to the success of an executive team? What are the most common signs that a team is not aligned? What are the biggest culprits for leadership teams failing to align?
Read the interview here:
“If you want to see real-world examples of effective team alignment, Aad Boot recommends looking at organizations that go through tough times and manage to come out strong.
“It is not in good times that you see the value of team alignment, but in difficult times,” Aad says. “Teams that manage to navigate successfully through difficult situations, that face disruptive changes and find answers, that manage to inspire the organization despite the uncertain and complex changes it has ahead.”
When teams have strong alignment, they are able to respond faster, more effectively, with more confidence and with better results.
We recently checked in with Aad to learn more about his leadership philosophy and approach to aligning leadership teams. Here’s what he had to say: (read full interview …) ”
Aad is a global business advisor, change leader, executive team facilitator, leadership coach, and frequently asked keynote speaker. He is founder and managing partner at HRS Business Transformation Services where he works with senior executives and their organizations globally in three key domains: ‘leading complex change’, ‘cross-cultural leadership’, and ‘post-merger integration’. Find out more about Aad, our services, and his keynotes. If you would like to invite Aad to your organization contact us.