We assist with strategy development and execution and can design tailored leadership development programmes. You will find that we listen to your needs but also inquire into other factors that may affect your success.
CfL’s aim is to target our joint efforts at the actions that achieve results and leadership excellence in your specific organisation.
Strategy is how we work to find our way forward. But there can be no strategy without implementation. From the initial analysis phase, we provide advice on how you, as management, ensure execution and follow-up.
CfL helps create direction, clarity, and results by balancing the organisation’s goals and employees’ potential. We provide advice on leadership at all levels, and from different perspectives.
Denmark has one of the best run public sectors in the world. This is due to the efforts of dedicated managers and staff who contribute day-in, day-out to value creation for citizens and society at large. Leadership excellence is the key, but organisational complexity places extra demands on public-sector managers.
Must support the enterprise and ensure that the organisation has the resources needed to achieve best-practice performance. We provide advice on responsibilities and roles, on setting performance targets, and on the training of managers and management teams.
We listen, ask questions, and advise you based on your aspirations and needs. Our process always takes a holistic view of your organisation. In practice, this means that you place a desired development topic in focus, while we take a holistic view of key success factors.
Our approach is inspired by the Excellence Model and consequently explores the extent to which a given effort addresses the following factors:
We value effective tools, but we believe in keeping methodologies in the background, and instead prioritising co-creation of your organisational effort with your management team. You will always, therefore, be assisted by experienced advisers who know that your unique situation and organisational context come first – and then the tools.