Leadership Skills that Work
We all like being in our comfort zone.

Today's horizontally organized companies are built to provide quick customer service and work great when operations are running smoothly.
 

The organizations that will thrive are the ones that can build for the future, yet focus on solving today's problems.
These modern organizations regard creativity and innovation as hallmarks. But what happens when a problem arises and it doesn't fit into someone's job description? The pin-ball effect takes over. Echoing through the halls is the cry, "Someone please take this off my hands! Make it go away." Or even worse, "If I don't say anything, maybe someone else will be stuck with it."

Too often organizations would rather be known for building the future and their "best minds" are not saddled with the mundane problems of the present.

The organizations that will thrive are the ones that can build for the future, yet focus on solving today's problems. Pesky problem feedback from the field should not spark chaos. Your organization needs to be equipped to solve any problem, at any level, in an urgent manner. Everyone in your organization should have the mindset that they have to be part of the solution. When this happens, you'll find that solving today's problem can become a stepping stone to tomorrow's revenue.

How you and your company develop a problem-solving culture will determine how innovative and creative you can really be.


Leadership that Works.
An enriching leadership experience for middle management and supervisors that taps into their creativity and energy. Fast-paced half-day and full-day programs are tailored to support your organization's drive to excel while building a formidable team spirit. This straight-forward program prepares participants to get the job done effectively each and every day.

The program starts with a presentation and discussion to get the creative juices flowing. The program quickly shifts from emphasis on leadership and personal performance parameters into group dynamics and ultimately into a problem-solving mind-set. Participants quickly learn how they can contribute to the team and what it takes to become part of the solution and boost any organization's capability to outperform competition. Groups finish by building an action plan focused on any critical challenge faced by an organization.

These off-site experiences are fun, productive, and rewarding. Companies and organizations often use this program as an entrée to strategic planning and problem solving sessions regarding safety, customer care and employee engagement.


How you and your company develop a problem-solving culture will determine how innovative and creative you can really be.