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CFO Insights — Diagnosing your team — and curing its ills

Published on: Dec 17, 2015

As CFO, you are critically dependent on your leadership team to successfully execute your vision. But just as ineffective individuals drain your time, an ineffective leadership team can diminish your standing in your company.

As a new or sitting finance leader, you will need to decide if you want a team committed to a shared purpose and a brand going forward. Still, executives often have a fuzzy definition of what a team means to them.

This issue offers a simple and practical framework to diagnose how your team works, framing a few focusing questions and assessing key team attributes


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