Why Organizations Stop Growing:
Healthy Things Grow.
We'll help you make sure you don't grow...at the expense of health. Healthy things thrive. Unhealthy things implode!
The Gears of Growth© Framework will empower you to:
- Create A Drama Free Culture©
- Build A Killer Team©
- Foster Togetherness
- Assess Your Talent
- Maintain Simple Systems That Scale
- Structure For Growth & Peace
- Maintain Rhythms and Finish Lines
Every organization is perfectly structured for the results it's getting NOW.
We'll help you find your blindspots. We'll help you pinpoint where you are strong... and where you are vulnerable.
You don't need a Consultant. You need... a Coach.
Knowing what to do is only 20% of the work.
Going about it without blowing everyone and everything up is other other 80%.
We will help you do the right thing the right way. We are available to you 24/7 in real time. We are your Coach!
We’ll work on YOU.
The bad news? If you are the Leader, you are the Lid. The good news? You are the lid! If you get better, everyone and everything else will get better! We'll help you lead yourself to the next level by helping you:
- Clarify your PURPOSE
- Lead with more PASSION
- Maintain your PRIORITIES
- Set Process-Oriented Goals© that allow PROGRESS
- Build love & respect from the PEOPLE around you.
We'll Coach Your Team.
We won't just coach you. During our onsite visits, we'll circle up with your Team & provide crucial training.
We will put the ball "on the tee" for you as Leaders by fostering Courageous Conversations© and help you build a Killer Team and a Drama Free Culture. Meeting your key players also makes us a better Coach to you as the Leader of the Team.
When the gears all work in alignment and move in sync...
you go farther, faster, with less effort.
Kirk Jones, Baton Rouge
"...relatable and usable. This has been encouraging and has given me permission."
J.C. Worley, Atlanta
"... helped me through our roughest year, then helped us have our best ever!"
Chris Johnson, Harrisonburg
"...helped me focus and change one habit or a new concept, consistently..."