You are a product of your habits. Everything that happens to you is in some way a function of your habits. Your social circle, your financial situation and your mental and physical health all arise as a product of your habits. Have you ever wondered, on a long day at work, how people like Tony Robbins, Richard Branson, Mark Cuban or Elon Musk have become so incredibly successful?
Everyone knows Strategic Planning is critical to the long-term organization success.
Sadly, not all Strategic Planning turns out as successfully as we would like. A Strategic Plan is a highly structured, tangible product with specific times for implementation (usually one to five years) and very worthy objectives. The finished product is highly touted and initially creates fanfare within the organization but many times the enthusiasm is short lived and very quickly the Strategic Plan is left sitting on a shelf collecting dust. Even with the best intentions, creating and sustaining positive change is difficult.
“Motivation and Buy-In” are like everything else in life, always cycling up or cycling down; there is no static position. So that means that energy and effort must be applied continually and consistently to create and maintain a high performing organization with the momentum needed for Motivation and Buy-In.
The cornerstone to successful Motivation and Buy-In is trust. The level of trust that exists within your organization will determine how hard and how long you will have to work to get your organization fully motivated and completely committed. These four simple ideas used everyday will generate the results you want:
Leadership skills are must to have thing for successful entrepreneurs, managers and executives. The success or failure of my department, division or business depends on the quality of my decisions. Everyday business leaders need to rely on excellent management and leadership skills to drive the business in the proper direction that leads towards success.
It is all about how you handle the people and react to the problem situations. Leadership skills help to support yourself and your employees and help them stay focused to achieve the organization objectives. A great leader sets the goals and prepare appropriate plan to achieve those goals.
Corporate culture is something that relates to an organization’s working environment and can be defined as combination of shared values, traditions, culture, vision, customers, philosophy, policies and principles of an organization. All together they create the professional atmosphere, which affects the behavior and performance of the entire organization. With great corporate culture people are excited to go to work, they are proud of themselves and their company and the clients are completely satisfied with the products and services being provided.
I want to give you an overview how to change focus, minds and culture.
Not just the warm and fuzzy but also the practical and tangible examples of why these ideas work and how to get them to work in your organization.
I remember speaking at an event where Les Brown was speaking too. He said two things that have always stuck with me: 1. I will not say anything new tonight, 2. If you do what I tell you it will change your life forever. So change is in the doing not in the knowing.
1. Action is the foundational key to all success. Pablo Picasso
Without action, the dream never appears. I always asked people to imagine the success they desire, but we can’t dream ourselves to health and happiness, it takes action. We can’t hope our way to a new reality, we only get there through action.