everything rises and falls on leadership


Shorter product life cycles, the pace of new technologies and knowledge creation, globalization, and the changing nature of the competitive landscape call for leaders who can effectively perform in the ever-changing context of the global business arena.

We are convinced that in order for leaders to transform themselves and take others to higher levels of performance, organizations need to address both the tangible reality of business, the immediately measurable bottom-line reality and the intangible reality, the often less visible human attitudinal and relationship reality.

Our approach to developing superior leadership is based on the following six principles:

  1. Leadership, individually and collectively, is the most important factor in a company’s success.
  2. You cannot grow your business until your grow yourself.
  3. Leaders who actively embrace learning become avatars for others in the organization.
  4. Leaders who learn with head and heart become holistic and leverage their full potential.
  5. Leaders need to be authentic in order to inspire and motivate
  6. Every leader has the potential to learn, grow and improve, even leaders at the very top of the organization.

The N Vision Leadership Learning Framework

Leading Self - Leading Others - Leading Organizations Leading Self Leading Others Leading Organizations

In the first, fundamental stage Leading Self, leaders learn to tap into their intuitive and creative capabilities as well as hone management skills required of individual contributors. In the second stage Leading Others, leaders develop the ability to build close and lasting relationships with others. They learn how to energize and inspire people, create and maintain high performance teams and lead change to achieve or exceed targeted business results. In the third stage Leading Organizations, leaders learn to challenge and question their existing mindsets and emotional templates and evolve their thinking from a functional leadership perspective to a holistic, organizational leadership perspective. They learn to develop their leadership priorities focusing on areas such as vision and values, strategy and execution, culture development and communication, leadership development, executive learning and talent management.