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Step Two: The 7 Vital Components

The Next Step:

Step Three: Making It Actionable

1) A Tailored Approach

Can there really be a one-size-fits-all answer? You may have found pre-packaged training programs to be somewhat limited in effectiveness. To really make a difference, an ongoing development process must be initiated and tailored to your business with its unique issues, circumstances, and challenges. 

2) Self-Discovery

Remember, I'm not 'the expert' - you're the expert! You simply may not have discovered the answers yet. Together, we work to explore the depths of your hidden resources and find creative solutions and strategies for your business. 

3) Challenging the Process

One of the ways I may help you find your answers is to provide not only support and encouragement, but also to challenge the existing processes, ways of thinking, and traditional approaches. Getting out of the 'comfort zone' is often the most powerful path to growth. 

4) Tools, Ideas, Food for Thought

I'll offer you and your people a variety of tools and ideas that may be useful on your journey - ways to solve problems, to improve communication, to achieve goals, etc. You'll use some and not others, and that's ok, because what counts is learning what's best for your organization.

5) Where's the Bottleneck?

More often than not, an organization, department, or unit is a reflection of its leadership. And may very well be the best place to start the development process: helping managers, supervisors, and bosses become influential leaders of people - learning how to get people to do the work and do it right. 

6) The Physics and Chemsitry of Business

We'll examine the fixed principles that an organization must have in place in order to move forward - they work just like the natural law of gravity. then we'll work together to calibrate your business with the way that the most exceptional companies and leaders in America operate.

7) Ongoing Coaching

Periodic seminars or workshops can be very powerful - but sometimes the enthusiasm diminishes  when the reality of day-to-day business life kicks back in. A more effective approach may be the continuous process of ongoing development to monitor progress and build accountability -  because of course in the final analysis, execution is everything.