THE CAMBRIDGE EXPERIENCEThrough our work with hundreds of global clients, we’ve identified ways to overcome the challenges that are needlessly holding organizations back. Our response is leadership development that’s transformative, that shifts organizational cultures that are no longer working, and that creates mindsets that help leaders at all levels influence, inspire, and drive performance.
WE BREAK BAD HABITS.
People have to ditch their leadership baggage before they can make any kind of meaningful change. We help them shake off the theories they’ve learned that are just wrong – so they don’t get in the way.
PEOPLE TACKLE REAL WORK.
Managers work through real situations they deal with every day. Instead of abstract and academic, the examples and the work are current and concrete. Where it counts.
WE GO DEEP.
We stretch people beyond their comfort zone and get them to take a hard look at where they’re going wrong. We push them to work through their discomfort and coach them to adopt a new way of being. They start to think and act as leaders and start taking ownership of the challenges their organization faces.
LEADERS EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE.
Our sessions aren’t like everyone else’s. We laugh a lot. We expect a lot. And we get results. Your leaders will remember the work they do with us. And you’ll see the change you’ve been waiting for.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
You want your programs to work. We do, too. So, we’ll tell you what works – and be honest about what doesn’t. We’ll dig into what’s blocking your leaders and where your organization needs to go and help you build a plan to get there.
LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS
Our core solutions cover areas we see leaders everywhere struggle with, even after lots of training. Capabilities like communication, driving performance, coaching, and leading in complex organizations. Need something special? We design custom programs, too.
For this to stick, leaders need support after learning event. And they need to be held accountable, too. Our faculty are on deck to coach, encourage, and push your people. Or they can train your senior leaders to take on that role.
– Hans Bjornestad, Bristol-Meyers Squibb