How We Work

All leaders have unique skills that set them apart. The same is true for the companies they lead. However, having the skills and using them effectively can be two very different things.

At The Exetor Group, we listen carefully to understand the personal, interpersonal, and organizational issues that prevent leaders from achieving their goals. We identify and enhance the distinctive skills of Leading Individuals, Leading Teams and Leading Organizations to find ways to support leaders in integrating those skills into their personal leadership approach. The result is that leaders are able to see constructive change in themselves and those they lead. We continuously seek input from clients regarding our impact, ensuring we are also continuously learning. By working in a high-touch way, we make a real difference with people, focusing on mindsets and behaviors, not processes or concepts.

We believe that learning should be exciting and stimulating; therefore, we use highly interactive activities such as team problem solving, simulations, case studies, role-playing, small group discussions, focused reflection, reading, videotaping, and faculty and peer coaching.
Work with global clients is interconnected with a coordinated set of objectives.
The Exetor Group designs dynamic and innovative learning events that take the unique demands and desired outcomes of each client into careful consideration.

We listen and ask questions of the key leaders to ensure we understand the corporate culture, values and Central Question which we are addressing. This ensures event attendees are actively engaged and come away with a deeper understanding of organizational values and outcomes.

Common event facilitation and development themes include:

  • Preparing executives for the next level of leadership.
  • Identifying new skills and behaviors to match a new business strategy.
  • Exploring topics such as global management, matrix organizations, succession planning, diversity and inclusion or building trust.
  • Assisting global businesses to better understand the plethora of cultural issues that affect their strategy implementation, and how these might impact performance.
  • Techniques for preparing for mergers, acquisitions, and major change initiatives successfully.