As Your MANAGERS Go…
So Goes Your ORGANIZATION.
How do we help crazy-busy
managers prioritize their people?
If you want to create a high-performing culture you need your managers to take ownership and prioritize their people.
But the problem is, most managers get stuck checking boxes on their To-Do lists, churning through tasks, but neglecting the things that actually ignite your workforce.
All of this results in lower engagement and higher turnover.
But when you can get your managers to become more intentional, they go from busy, task-focused managers into inspirational, results-oriented leaders.
I help them do this by leveraging a simple three-step process.
Intentional Managers Make…
Engaged Employees Which Leave…
Some of the ways I help.
When you get your managers to buy-in and take ownership for their role, then equip them with effective tools that can be deployed quickly and then help them create sustained leadership habits, you’re going to see an unleashing of potential amongst your employees.
Here are some of the ways I help your organization reach higher levels of performance.
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“Our people left motivated, excited, and inspired to Reach New Heights.”
Mark Stabler – Regional VP
From 68% to 98%
of Sales Goals Met
ERCB is a manufacturing company that was woefully behind in their sales goals.
Once their managers took ownership, and then focused on the things that produce the greatest engagement, they began hitting 98% of their sales goals in only two months.
James is a rare mix of management consultant, behavior-change specialist, adventurer and inspirational speaker.
He helps organizations world wide reach higher levels of performance by transforming managers into inspirational leaders.
James was named one of the top leadership speakers by INC. Magazine and regularly shares the stage with other experts in business.
He is also the author of Nine Minutes on Monday; The Quick and Easy Way to Go From Manager to Leader which was named the 2012 Business Book of the Year by Canada’s Globe and Mail.
“Everything rises and falls
– John Maxwell