In our past analysis, we discussed some strategies Kalanick and Uber leadership could use to repair their connection and bring stability to their company culture, but it seems that the board is not aware that they are caught in a negative cycle.
Boards that can break a negative cycle have higher engagement, collaboration, creativity and fulfillment among members.
Uber is not unique in its struggle — its struggle is just very public. It’s important to understand what is going on within Uber’s board so that we might learn from it and prevent it from happening on other boards.
Emotional connection brings the rift closer and creates a healing process that makes a board’s relationships stronger.