The CEO of a major privately held heavy equipment company invited two recently promoted business unit heads to present their strategic visions to the Board. A successful meeting would be a catalyst for the executives in their new roles, and so their content and delivery would need to truly meet board-level expectations. See how Kenning helped.
See how Kenning helped a C-suite leader at a technology company with an academic background who was facing a communications challenge – her spoken and written communications were not getting enough traction with teams, leadership, and investors.
Autotrader.Com launched a 3-year initiative to identify high potential managers from across every division and function and provide them with a common core of problem solving, interpersonal, and communication skills. Kenning was their partner from the early stages of design through program delivery.
Department leaders at a professional services firm were interested in breaking down silos and getting functional groups to collaborate more effectively, but setting that expectation had not resulted in a big shift in how teams were working. See how Kenning helped.
At a consumer goods and logistics company, writing was considered very important. Staff were producing meticulous memos and reports with vast amounts of detail. But top leaders were struggling to find business insights buried in all the information. See how Kenning helped.
See how Kenning helped top game studio leadership was called upon to address a two-fold challenge: imagine new market possibilities for reinvigorating a well-beloved franchise IP and develop new strategic skills to move the org beyond tactical problem solving.
With the sponsorship of top leadership, a game studio Diversity & Inclusion Team was seeking a capable partner that could help it more quickly and comprehensively understand the drivers of the studio’s D&I challenges and address those challenges with a custom design, studio-wide learning program. See how Kenning helped.