Theory and Experience
The Napier Group has been at the forefront of innovation in the rapidly expanding field of organizational consulting and executive coaching. As behavioral strategists, intuitively we see ourselves as teachers plying our trade in widely diverse organizations and bringing our own learning and innovation back to all of our clients.
In the almost 40 years since we introduced this concept and process, versions of our 360° Feedback have multiplied and morphed. This will help leaders understand why this expensive process often disappoints, and how to make it successful.
“The Seduction of the Leader” focuses on how deception has become a cornerstone of much that occurs in business and politics. The job of the leader is to understand their part of the natural collusion that exists and how to build a climate of trust and honesty within the team or organization.
Supervision is the process of developing the capacity of individuals to grow personally and professionally in ways that provide them with increased opportunities while continually adding value to the organization. At the same time, they are evaluated in relation to their contributions and rewarded in a manner commensurate with their ability to achieve their agreed upon goals at the highest possible level.
Rationale and synopsis of Leadership Development Proposal – An intense process of integrated learning that merges the participants’ increasing knowledge of the fundamentals of change within the individual leader, the team or the system. New behaviors demand the time to learn, practice and model.
He is smart, aggressive, competent, sometimes abusive and arrogant – and needs to change or go. He has been rewarded over the years, which makes him difficult to fire. What to do?
A Powerful Tool for Measuring and Developing Team Effectiveness
A diagnostic tool that leads to direction solutions, it can also benchmark team leader performance. The GMQ is a 72-item instrument comprised of best practices based on eight team assessment areas. It is easy to score, chart, and graph.