Do you struggle to get high performance from your leadership team?Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Topics: weekly meetings, Cadence of Accountability, meeting rhythms, Meetings a Cadence of Accountability, leadership meetings, Alan Mulally, American Icon
Last year one of my customers, Fleck Sales, created a theme based on the 1967 film Cool Hand Luke, “What we have here is a failure to communicate.”Read More
Topics: weekly meetings, Strategic Discipline, meeting rhythms, daily huddle, where are you stuck
Explosive! That’s the impact the Collective Intelligence segment of your Gazelles/Rockefeller Habits weekly meeting rhythm can be for your business.Read More
Topics: weekly meetings, collective intelligence, Pixar, Creativity Inc.
The most productive and valuable piece of the weekly meeting is Collective Intelligence. Collective Intelligence is a benchmark in every weekly meeting to solve bottlenecks using the collective genius of the team. CI is perhaps the greatest value of the weekly meeting rhythm.Read More
Topics: weekly meetings, collective intelligence, People
Last blog Why Meeting Rhythms are a Critical Strategic Discipline we captured why weekly meetings are so important, providing a little tease on why, what, and how to conduct this centerpiece of aligning discipline that stirs growth in your business.
Topics: Customer Feedback, Employee Feedback, weekly meetings, meeting rhythms, Best Business Practices
Why Doug? Why should we do daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual meetings?
Topics: weekly meetings, Business Growth, Balanced Priorities, meeting rhythms, Business Dashboards, pattern recognition, Radical Change, Radical Stability
A lawyer and politician from Illinois, Sampson strived to be the next Clinton. In his quest to win political office he failed repeatedly. At one point Sampson withdrew from the senate race while leading several opponents to help another candidate with less backing but very loyal supporters win a competing candidate wouldn’t. As a lawyer he turned down lucrative cases with defendants he didn’t believe were innocent. It was a classic case of giving without concern for self, in hopes of the greater good.
Topics: weekly meetings, collective intelligence, People, Give and Take, Givers and Takers
In our Rockefeller Habits recommend weekly meetings agenda there is a specific time focused on accountabilities. We discussed previously the value of peer pressure in these meetings in Accountability - Three Reasons Group Meetings Produce Better. Check it out to discover the three reasons group meetings do better at accountability.
Topics: Accountability, weekly meetings, employee performance, Best Business Practices, reponsibility
What makes people hate their jobs? What makes them non-productive, complaint-happy zombies?
Topics: Employee Feedback, employee engagement, weekly meetings, collective intelligence, employee performance, Mastering the Rockefeller Habits