In a company with complex products and with projects spread across locations, people need good networks to get work done through others.
The Personal Boardroom helps people identify who inside the company can help them get stuff done. It provides a framework for asking for help and for offering it to others.
It helps them manage time by investing the right relationships, before they need them, in a focused way.
Employees are outward-looking and innovative
Our approach highlights when people have become inward-looking or complacent about their network. It encourages them to build a healthy boardroom, in which they are able to draw on insights and challenge from outside their team and business area. And it motivates people to stretch themselves to build more outside connections and to actively seek ideas and fresh thinking from outside.
In this way, we can help you create more curious, outward-focused people who keep abreast of a changing world.
Employees own their career development
These days, individuals are expected to take responsibility for their own development and career path, and to learn from their peers.
The Personal Boardroom framework enables your people to take on this responsibility. It shows them how to surround themselves with a group of people around them – a personal boardroom – who can help them understand themselves, their changing world and their role in taking your company forward. It helps them have effective, purposeful conversations.