People.

Achieving a great vision requires a great team. We build a great team by getting The Right People in The Right Seat. In short, this is a three-step process:

1. Manage with Core Values: Because we defined your core values during Vision Building, we'll use those core values to ensure alignment with the values of everyone on your team. We use a tool called The People Analyzer™ to accomplish this. 2. Define Your Seats: Identify the 5 major responsibilities of each role in your company. Only then can you have clarity around what the right seats on your bus look like. 3. GWC: We ask three questions about each person in your company, relative to their responsibilities:

a. Do they Get It or are they competent?

b. Do they Want It or are they passionate about their role?

c. Do they have the Capacity To Do It? If they're overwhelmed then they likely do not have the capacity to do it.

Let's Talk About Your People

People.

Achieving a great vision requires a great team. We build a great team by getting The Right People in The Right Seat. In short, this is a three-step process:

1. Manage with Core Values: Because we defined your core values during Vision Building, we'll use those core values to ensure alignment with the values of everyone on your team. We use a tool called The People Analyzer™ to accomplish this. 2. Define Your Seats: Identify the 5 major responsibilities of each role in your company. Only then can you have clarity around what the right seats on your bus look like. 3. GWC: We ask three questions about each person in your company, relative to their responsibilities:

a. Do they Get It or are they competent?

b. Do they Want It or are they passionate about their role?

c. Do they have the Capacity To Do It? If they're overwhelmed then they likely do not have the capacity to do it.

Let's Talk About Your People

Data.

Data is critical to getting things done. But data alone is only an indicator, not an objective. It’s how we use of data that truly drives results. We must cut through all the feelings, personalities, opinions and egos to boil your organization down to a handful of objective numbers that give you an absolute pulse on where things are. Like most, we use a scorecard to measure outcomes but we make that scorecard more effective by first accurately defining your measurables.

1. Identify and measure only critical business activities. Typically, thses activies are aligned with your core functions like Finance, Operations, and Sales. 2. Everyone Has a Number - We assign one person to be held accountable for driving results of their indicators and they report out their results each week.

Let's Talk About Your Data

Data.

Data is critical to getting things done. But data alone is only an indicator, not an objective. It’s how we use of data that truly drives results. We must cut through all the feelings, personalities, opinions and egos to boil your organization down to a handful of objective numbers that give you an absolute pulse on where things are. Like most, we use a scorecard to measure outcomes but we make that scorecard more effective by first accurately defining your measurables.

1. Identify and measure only critical business activities. Typically, thses activies are aligned with your core functions like Finance, Operations, and Sales. 2. Everyone Has a Number - We assign one person to be held accountable for driving results of their indicators and they report out their results each week.

Let's Talk About Your Data

Issues.

Issue resolution is all about becoming great at solving problems throughout the organization – setting them up, knocking them down and making them go away forever. To build a business that is destined for growth and opportunity, you need to solve issues for the long-term in accordance with your vision. Our Issues Solving Track™ is the answer here and it involves three steps:

1. Identify: We start by clearly identifying the real issue. Many leadership teams find that the stated problem is rarely the real problem as the actual issue is typically found a few layers down. It’s not always a comfortable process and it can involve a great deal of discussion, however, once you’ve identified the real issue at hand, you can move on to the next step. 2. Discuss: This is where leadership teams spend most of their time when it comes to solving their issues. The discussion step gives everyone the chance to say everything they want to say about the issue. Everything is put onto the table in an open and honest environment where individuals can feel comfortable discussing it. 3. Solve: Once we arrive at a conclusion or solution it typically becomes an action item that is assigned to someone to complete. We put it on our To-Do list, and when the items are completed, the issue goes away forever.

Let's Talk About Your Issues

Issues.

Issue resolution is all about becoming great at solving problems throughout the organization – setting them up, knocking them down and making them go away forever. To build a business that is destined for growth and opportunity, you need to solve issues for the long-term in accordance with your vision. Our Issues Solving Track™ is the answer here and it involves three steps:

1. Identify: We start by clearly identifying the real issue. Many leadership teams find that the stated problem is rarely the real problem as the actual issue is typically found a few layers down. It’s not always a comfortable process and it can involve a great deal of discussion, however, once you’ve identified the real issue at hand, you can move on to the next step. 2. Discuss: This is where leadership teams spend most of their time when it comes to solving their issues. The discussion step gives everyone the chance to say everything they want to say about the issue. Everything is put onto the table in an open and honest environment where individuals can feel comfortable discussing it. 3. Solve: Once we arrive at a conclusion or solution it typically becomes an action item that is assigned to someone to complete. We put it on our To-Do list, and when the items are completed, the issue goes away forever.

Let's Talk About Your Issues

Process.

This is all about systemizing your business by identifying and documenting the core processes that define the way to run your business. You'll need to get everyone on the same page with what the essential procedural steps are, and then get everyone to follow them to create consistency and scalability in your organization. There are two keys steps to accomplishing this:

1. Identify, Simplify, and Document all of the core processes within the business. This will take the typical leadership team about an hour to complete and, on average, we'll find six to ten processes across the HR, Marketing and Sales, Operations, Finance, and Customer Relations functions. 2. Followed by All - Once we've clearly documented the processes, we must ensure that everyone in the organization adheres to them.

Let's Talk About Your Processes

Process.

This is all about systemizing your business by identifying and documenting the core processes that define the way to run your business. You'll need to get everyone on the same page with what the essential procedural steps are, and then get everyone to follow them to create consistency and scalability in your organization. There are two keys steps to accomplishing this:

1. Identify, Simplify, and Document all of the core processes within the business. This will take the typical leadership team about an hour to complete and, on average, we'll find six to ten processes across the HR, Marketing and Sales, Operations, Finance, and Customer Relations functions. 2. Followed by All - Once we've clearly documented the processes, we must ensure that everyone in the organization adheres to them.

Let's Talk About Your Processes

Traction (Results).

Once we've optimized each of the five components above, we make your vision a reality through execution. This requires that we bring discipline and accountability into every aspect of the organization. We have over twenty tools to address various struggles with traction but there are two tools that you'll use every day to drive results:

1. Rocks: A Rock is a priority that will take more than 14 days to complete but must get done this quarter. As a rule of thumb, the company and each person within it, should only have three to seven rocks at any time. We create weekly To-Do lists that are informed by quarterly rocks so we're constantly making progress toward completing the Rocks. 2. Level 10 Meetings: These are standardized weekly meetings that take place at each level of the organization. They take place at the same time each week and encompass the same agenda which consists of seven elements:- Segue- Scorecard- Rock Review- Customer/ Employee Headlines- To-Do List Review- IDS (Issues Solving Track)- Conclude

Let's Talk About Your Results

Traction (Results).

Once we've optimized each of the five components above, we make your vision a reality through execution. This requires that we bring discipline and accountability into every aspect of the organization. We have over twenty tools to address various struggles with traction but there are two tools that you'll use every day to drive results:

1. Rocks: A Rock is a priority that will take more than 14 days to complete but must get done this quarter. As a rule of thumb, the company and each person within it, should only have three to seven rocks at any time. We create weekly To-Do lists that are informed by quarterly rocks so we're constantly making progress toward completing the Rocks. 2. Level 10 Meetings: These are standardized weekly meetings that take place at each level of the organization. They take place at the same time each week and encompass the same agenda which consists of seven elements:- Segue- Scorecard- Rock Review- Customer/ Employee Headlines- To-Do List Review- IDS (Issues Solving Track)- Conclude

Let's Talk About Your Results

Our management system is installed in two phases across four events.

Implementation Phase

Execution Phase

- Learn The 5 Leadership Abilities™
- Create Your Accountability Chart
- Identify Your Rocks (3-7 top priorities)
- Practice Meeting Pulse (L-10)
- Create Your Scorecard

- Master Focus Day™ Tools
- Clarify Your Vision
- Clarify Your Plan to Achieve Your Vision
- Identify and Resolve Issues

- Confirm Use of Focus Day™ Tools
- Refine Your Vision
- Confirm Your Plan to Achieve Your Vision
- Identify and Resolve Issues

Assessment
- Review last 90 day performance
- Create target for next 90 days
- Set annual goals
- Confirm results

Troubleshooting
- Specialized Management System Tools to facilitate results

Communication
- Provide quarterly update to entire organization

Our management system is installed in two phases across four events.

Implementation Phase

- Learn The 5 Leadership Abilities™- Create Your Accountability Chart- Identify Your Rocks (3-7 top priorities)- Practice Meeting Pulse (L-10)- Create Your Scorecard

- Master Focus Day™ Tools- Clarify Your Vision- Clarify Your Plan to Achieve Your Vision- Identify and Resolve Issues

- Confirm Use of Focus Day™ Tools- Refine Your Vision- Confirm Your Plan to Achieve Your Vision- Identify and Resolve Issues

Execution Phase

Assessment- Review last 90 day performance- Create target for next 90 days- Set annual goals- Confirm resultsTroubleshooting- Specialized Management System Tools to facilitate resultsCommunication- Provide quarterly update to entire organization

Your journey to a 100% strong organization starts here.

Know Your Score

It's free.  It only takes 10 minutes.  You'll learn:

- Your strengths.- Your weaknesses.- Your biggest problem.- What you should solve first.- How to solve it.

Your journey to a 100% strong organization starts here.

Know Your Score

It's free.  It only takes 10 minutes.  You'll learn:

- Your strengths.- Your weaknesses.- Your biggest problem.- What you should solve first.- How to solve it.

Not Yet Convinced?

Let's chat about your frustrations and opportunities. We just need a little information to get started.

Not Yet Convinced?

Let's chat about your frustrations and opportunities. We just need a little information to get started.