Understanding our personal lens on how organizations work (our organization mindset) and adjusting our thinking will change our behavioral approach so we can become more effective in leading for high performance in our organizations and teams.
Where feedback is actually practiced, results have been positive: Many leaders at all levels are happy to see how useful employees find it and to see its impact on business results and employee retention.
Athletes understand the importance of regular practice, so why don’t today’s businesses? There’s little difference between the need for rigorous practice by a team of athletes and the need for rigorous practice by a team of executives and employees.
The more of your team members you can engage, the more successful your organization will be. The high-performing learning organization adapts more quickly to a constantly changing business environment and leads – rather than follows – the market.
Super Bowl Champion, six-time Pro Bowl quarterback and entrepreneur Russell Wilson debuted today Limitless Minds, a business coaching consultancy dedicated to optimizing performance and enriching culture.