If you want to change your business, leaders must change themselves.

If you want to change
your business, leaders must change themselves.

90% of organizational problems can be traced back to issues in the executive team.

90% of organizational problems
can be traced back to issues in the executive team.

The number one problem in executive teams is that they aren´t really a team.

The number one problem in
executive teams is that they aren´t really a team.

Leadership teams that aren’t playing at peak performance hurt the whole company.
What’s worse, leadership teams don’t get the help they need to play at their best.

Why not?

They’re the senior decision-makers and they have a lot on their dashboard. New issues are flying at them all the time. It’s easy for them to get distracted and move away from their leadership agenda.

In these leadership teams, there’s a lot at stake. There’s a lot of power and not much trust. A senior leader isn’t going to tell their colleagues, “I’m not sure how to handle this situation.” And if someone does say, “I have a problem,” they do it in a confessional way with a coach, so no one else knows about it.

There’s a layer of insulation that prevents executive leaders from hearing the honest truth about how others perceive them and the real state of the business. Too often leaders get good news that keeps them happy, yet distracted from the issues that could help their business really shine.

What’s more, HR can’t give the executive leadership team much help. Rarely does human resources have the standing to challenge senior leadership’s capability or performance as they report into these senior executive teams.

Leadership teams who work with me go through a dynamic learning process called Executive Ownershift®, enabling them to clarify and reown their executive agenda, the starting point for breakthrough results. I am convinced that if you really want to get ahead of your competition, and stay ahead as a market leader, this is the only place you can start. Everything starts with the leadership team. Anything else is a distraction.

Clients Voices

Dan Norenberg is an extraordinary mentor and resource for both new and seasoned executives looking to consolidate and strengthen their leadership teams.

Marlou Janssen, President, BIOTRONIK, Inc.

The learning experience with Dan helped our teams become even stronger, cohesive and efficient. All of the plants’ performance metrics improved and each site is now focused on helping each other, which can be credited to Dan’s great support.

Chris Olson, Head of Global Manufacturing & Supply; Ciba Vision

Dan has done an outstanding job and has given us a great set of tools on our way to becoming an excellent leadership team.

Frank Wiemer, CEO at IWIS Motorsysteme

You helped us to create a crisper picture of what our organization should look like and increased the collaboration and alignment of our business lines. Whenever we are again facing new challenges you and your team will be our first contact address.

Jürgen Gerke, CEO; Allianz Capital Partners

Are you a fair or “pretty good” leadership team that’s playing in the middle of the pack? When are you going to enable your executive team to play at their best? If not now, then when?

90% of executive leadership teams aren’t playing at their best.

Up to 30% of a company’s profitability is CEO influenced and this percentage rises dramatically when you consider the entire executive team.

Non-executive issues consume 40% of executive meetings, wasting time, setting a poor example and preventing senior leaders from creating breakthroughs for the businesses they lead.

80% of engagement initiatives fail to create better business performance.

Executive Leaders

Can you say this about your leadership team?

  • High performance and exceptional results in our business can be directly linked to the effectiveness of our executive team.
  • The leadership behaviors in our executive team excite and engage people in our organization.
  • Our executive team collaborates and supports each other in such a way that it sets the positive example for others in our company.
  • Our executive team leads the most effective meetings in our company.
  • Our business strategy is clear and emotionally compelling, due to the effort and example set by the executive team.
  • Our executive leadership team is playing at its best.

Executive leaders that strive for excellence recognize that growth and breakthrough performance starts with executive and senior leadership teams.

If you can’t strongly agree with the statements above, yet aspire to become the catalyst for change and performance in your organization, contact me and I’ll be happy to share how you can dramatically improve your leadership team performance and your organizational results.

Where Executive Ownershift® is your Game Changer

Quick Start

You’re a senior leader who has recently taken over a new executive team or you are new to the organization and it’s critical that you get off to a successful and fast start.

Yesterday’s Performance

You and your leadership team were highly successful in the past but now your performance has you fading back in the pack.

Once in a Lifetime or Disruptive Tsunami

You’ve got an incredible opportunity that comes only once in a lifetime or you’ve been hit by the most disruptive event in your business history and you realize that an experienced outside advisor and executive coach is needed to help you shift perspectives for your future success.

If you’ve stepped into one of the game changing situations described above and want to make the most of it, let’s discuss how you can enable your executive team and your organization to play at their best.

Contact Information

Dan Norenberg
Franz-Joseph-Str. 12 / Gartenhaus
80801 Munich
Phone: +49 89 306 322 0
E-Mail: dn@dannorenberg.com

About Dan Norenberg

Dan Norenberg improves leadership performance and organization results through Executive Ownershift®, his transformational growth process for executive teams. As a trusted advisor, consultant and professional speaker, Dan’s mission is to enable executive teams and their organizations to play at their best.