The new CEO of a private equity backed bio pharma faced the challenge of transitioning into an organization and replacing the founding CEO and and low performing talent while having to show sustained business progress to the investor board.
Kaveh artfully positioned himself as objective and neutral support. He gained the confidence of the CEO, the board and the employees. He coached the CEO with input and feedback from important stakeholders.
When necessary he conducted successful triangulation sessions with key employees and the CEO. And the CEO and members of the board. He coached the CEO’s team many of whom had been hired from a myriad of large pharmaceutical companies to align their actions towards common goals and outcomes consistent with the organizational mission and strategy
“Kaveh’s intervention manifested in immediate and longterm results.”
Kaveh’s intervention manifested in immediate and long-term results. Within six months of his work the CEO had successfully transitioned to her new role. Her team and the board accepted her as a strong leader. The CEO’s team adopted their new organization rather than the hangover from previous companies and roles resulting in financial and organizational success