Breaking Through the Bull Webcast
It's the worst kept secret in business - most organizations regularly miss their performance targets. Jim Clemmer's free webcast show you how to identify "moose" issues and take concrete steps that will help you develop a high performance organization.
This webcast focuses on the issues in Moose on the Table: A Novel Approach to Communications @ Work.
Moose on the Table is a great way to open discussion doors and improve communications throughout your organization as people use Pete’s experiences to safely address issues, barriers, and problems.
- Develop a common language and supportive approach to Navigating Change and spending less time “below the line” as helpless victims stuck in Pity City;
- Recognize when their personal and collective behavior attracts moose;
- Identify team and organizational moose and work together to get rid of them;
- Avoid “wild moose chases” that actually make the problem worse and increases the herd;
- Build a communication-rich environment that nurtures authentic and open conversations;
- Spend less time on internal politics, turf protection, and misunderstandings and more time serving external customers and moving the organization forward;
- Tame “The E-mail Beast” that’s sucking up more and more time and resources;
- Understand what a high-performance culture looks like and what it takes to help build one;
- Be inspired to follow in the footsteps of Pete Leonard and shift from “going along to get along” to higher personal growth, leading change, and “courageous conversations;”
- Build your own team or organization improvement process such as Pete used to identify three to five Strategic Imperatives and implement them;
- Learn how to increase team effectiveness;
Put real action plans and leadership behaviors to work ; “we’ve got to communicate more;”
- Understand the value of upward leadership and how not to shrink from overbearing bosses or less effective managers;
- Open people up to seeking and using feedback on their personal and team leadership effectiveness.