While there are many things outside the control of a senior management team, there is one thing that all of the above are influenced by, for good or ill. They are influenced by the way people respond, react, and communicate with each other and the way they think.
If the senior management team could find a way to change the way the people the work with respond to difficulties and challenges so that they make better use of the time available, they take actions that always lead to enhanced productivity, and they make better choices that support the company's growth, then what's more likely to happen?
If the senior management team could find a way to help their people (and themselves) react to challenges, and in that 'moment of truth' behave in ways that use time well, minimise negative effects on profitability, and do not detract from growth, then how different and how much better are things likely to be?
If the senior management team could find a way to change the way people communicate with each other so that they get to the point, highlight possible dangers, and are so timely that they get ahead of problems before they become an issue, and if their responses to each other always had at least one eye on the goals of the company rather than their own agenda, and also if they spoke up when there is a problem rather than keep it to themselves and allow it to fester, then how much clearer are concerns and activities likely to be communicated. When that happens, how much more likely is it that mistakes will be avoided?
These are the changes that will come about as a result of engaging with this programme. It is a 'programme of development' and not a training course; it contains elements of group, team, and personal coaching, of education and the sharing of tools and skills, and of using aspects of psychology to change and manipulate behaviour.