He’d joined a mid-sized healthcare company one year ago, and had been breaking up executive brawls ever since.Here’s a typical example:
The VP Marketing wanted to spend more money on campaigns. The CFO objected—he hadn’t seen ROI on the current campaigns. The CFO came to the CEO, complaining that the VP Marketing was “impossible.”
Let The BlameFest Begin!
The CEO would then mentor the CFO on how to better communicate with the VP Marketing: how to inquire and understand the expenses better, maybe even how to hold him accountable for his expenditures. And then…