High Performance Consulting

Fact:  Fewer than 3% of organizations operate at their peak. This means that 97% of all companies lack an internal culture in which structures, processes, practices and resource allocations can be optimized.

The High Performance Leadership Challenge is your path from yesterday's passive model of leadership to the proactive leadership skills you need to thrive in today's uncertain and ultra-competitive environment. It is a thorough and interactive training curriculum to becoming a high-performing proactive leader in any functional context within an organization—from the C-suite across the organization.

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What can you expect from
a High Performance Culture?

  • Attract, develop and retain Talents!
  • Learn how to engage your Teams
  • Learn about your Team’s Motivational DNA
  • Learn how to create a Winner’s Mindset within your Teams
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Leadership has become more difficult to master in an age of perpetual change, shrinking resources, and complex geopolitics. To thrive, leaders must develop proactive skills. They must be able to:

  • Challenge the Status Quo
  • Mobilize coalitions with diverse agendas, needs, and wants
  • Drive and execute the corporate strategy even as the environment shifts.
  • Negotiate and influence across and beyond organizational boundaries

With the completion of our High Performance Leadership Curriculum, your organization will have the type of high-performance leader who can assure:

  • Organizational Agility; more nimble and innovative, with greater responsiveness to changes in the market.
  • A Culture of Execution and High Performance;
  • Engaged Employees
  • Development of Talents
  • Deeper commitment to a company and its mission.
 
For more information about our High Performance Culture Challenge, contact Helena Nyman at 804-513-3536 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Gallup Organization

Facts: Engaged employees are clearly more valuable to your company than disenchanted ones. Great managers and leaders know this instinctively, and The Gallup Organization's latest research into employee engagement levels among the U.S. workforce confirms it. In fact, according to Gallup's calculations, actively disengaged employees -- the least productive -- cost the American economy up to $350 billion per year in lost productivity.

One of Gallup's researches (based on about 3 Million people's responses) suggested as well that only 29% of the U.S. workforce is actively engaged, 55% is not engaged, and 16% is actively disengaged. To put it another way, for every two employees walking the halls of your organization, there is a cave dweller impeding the good work done by the engaged employees.