In June of 2020, we hosted a two-part online series to help leaders develop their own Go Forward Plan. A Go Forward Plan helps organizations emerge from days of challenge and hardship healthier and stronger, with greater cohesion and momentum. It is a framework to deliver exceptional clarity and hope to your team, clients and community. The […]
Author C.S. Lewis rightly observed that, “Hardship often prepares an ordinary person for an extraordinary destiny.” This principle is no less true for our teams and organizations. How can our organizations emerge from these days of challenge and hardship healthier and stronger, with greater cohesion, clarity and momentum? In our May 14, 2020, video blog, […]
Roger and Jerry seek to help you “Go Forward” by sharing the elements of our 90-day plan in this video. If you are interested in receiving our “Go Forward” plan template, we would be more than happy to share! Please send your request to email@example.com.
Hope is the vision for a better future. It is central to a belief that our families and businesses can be healthier, that our lives can be more fulfilled, that there is a more engaging and satisfying future than anything we have experienced to date. After all, hope is the essential ingredient that drives our […]
You’ve spent countless hours defining “WHO you are” by asking the following questions with your team: Why do we exist (your purpose)? How do we behave (your values)? What do we do (your products and services)? How will we succeed (your strategic anchors)? While confident in your purpose, the values that support it, the products […]
August 20, 2014 Lightening the Load by Daryl Leisey Last week I attended a simulcast leadership seminar with several of my colleagues from North Group. Throughout the two-day event I had the opportunity to speak with a number of individuals I had not seen for some time. It was good to reconnect. In those conversations, […]
January 4, 2013 Planning for Success by Dennis Clemmer Three days from now Notre Dame and Alabama will be playing for the National Championship of college football. I am an avid fan of Notre Dame which doesn’t sit too well in this part of the country. But that is beside the point. Recently I was […]