Every business I work with in my coaching practice has a weakness. Often, it’s more than just one. One or more of these weaknesses limits the businesses’ growth.Read More
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Have you wanted to move your company from Good to Great? Jim Collins offered 12 Questions to help you do exactly that at the recent Australian Growth Summit.
What inhibits you from speaking out?
Who should your leadership team be made up of? This depends on the size of your company. Your leadership team that attends daily huddles, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual planning meetings should be the people that have the greatest impact on your business, and provide critical data and influence on your customers and employees. Regardless the size of your company your leadership team shouldn’t exceed ten in number. Beyond this it gets a bit unyielding.
As a Senior E-Myth Consultant for nearly ten years we had a specific process labeled “Special Decision Techniques” that we were able to provide for our clients to help them in decision making. This process noted four factors that make business decisions difficult:
Over the past week I’ve had the good fortune of working with a beverage distributor in my area. We’ve broken up the Two Day Rockefeller Habits Workshop into four half day sessions. In our first half day we defined their organizational structure to identify the key seats in their organization, where, if any, there are multiple people in key seats and where are their empty key seats. At the same time I’ve been reviewing Jim Collins’ How the Mighty Fall. It’s reminded me of Collins emphasis from the Dallas Growth Summit Your Company Key Indicator for People - Corrections.