One day of planning for a year of outstanding performance!
I had a great time working with you last week in Saratoga Springs. As promised here are the links for the Powerpoint decks I presented. If you have any trouble loading them, drop me an email firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll try plan C.
Through planning it is possible to find just the right balance between an organization’s structure and the culture that supports it. With some training it is even possible to help people work effectively and happily within that structureand culture.
For 35 years I have helped businesses, governmental agencies and non-profit organizations break through to significant achievements that made a difference to shareholders, employees and clients alike.
It takes some effort to build an really effective organizations. There needs to be a unifying and motivating focus. There must be a disciplined commitment to stay in focus. And everyone must be on the lookout to recognize opportunity when it comes and to take the opportunity to seize it.
The most important challenge facing any enterprise is its ability to sustain itself into the future, recognizing and grasping advantage when it comes; overcoming risks at its approach.
Read through these pages to find out how we can work together to map out the next few years of unprecedented performance.
By the way, don't let the name fool you. Washington State is my home and the Pacific Northwest has been the center of my business, but I fly 100,000 miles a year, working with clients throughout the US, Canada and Mexico (with an occasional sidetrip to Micronesia and the western Pacific).
Want to know more?
Give me a call, 360.791.8450 or drop me an email at email@example.com on Skype at dukepncs.