Welcome to the Goodfriend website and thanks for your interest. We have been in business over 20 years so if you don't know us yet, we invite you to learn more about us.
Schedule a free introductory meeting or 30-minute consultation with me. You can also download the TeamScene™ Model or the Goodfriend Leadership Competency Model. Or download our most recent Goodfriend Insights article - Make Better Decisions (and Prevent Making Bad Ones) or an article from the Goodfriend Insights Archive.
"Two of my peers do not trust each other. What should I do?"
Trust is the foundation for a leadership team's working relationships. Without trust, the team's performance may be negatively impacted. You are doing those peers (and the team) a favor by intervening. Help them be more open about their concerns and even acknowledge their mistakes. They need to determine if they can trust each other's intentions -- whether they are in the best interests of the team and each other.
Presentations to Vistage groups in Northern California on November 20th and 21st, 2013
Kickoff of Making Teamwork ProfitableTM on October 31, 2013 -- a 12-month program for a new leadership team client
Our success story descriptions are a great way to learn more about what we do and the impact we have. The following are a couple of our success story descriptions:
It’s that time of year, when many companies begin having an offsite leadership meeting to discuss their path forward for the next year and beyond. The offsite will likely yield a lot of great ideas. The challenge – making better decisions (and prevent making bad ones). I am lucky. I get to be the “fly on the wall” as the facilitator. More
I am celebrating my 15th anniversary this year -- in providing Breakthrough Leadership Coaching. This process is different from what I provide as a Growth Coach, where the leader’s development is more additive. Breakthrough Coaching is more transformative. More
I wish I had Yoda as my coach. He is a tough little guy who is underestimated. Yoda is an example of why we shouldn't judge a book by its cover. More