Transform Transform


Transforming your team from where you are to where you will be in the next year to ten years requires the right people in the right seats doing the right things right. The heavy lifting behind the scenes requires strategic hiring, onboarding, targeted coaching, and development.

Clarify Your Due North

Your mission, vision, and values, coupled with your culture code, form your organizational "drumbeat." This drumbeat paves the way for your Team and Leadership to behave, do and become to reach their potential.  Teams realize their potential when everyone knows the answers to the following six questions*:

  • Why do we exist?
  • How do we behave?
  • What do we do?
  • How will we succeed?
  • What is most important right now?
  • Who must do what?

When you define these answers, your Due North becomes clear. Then, you transform into an Organization with purpose.

*From Patrick Lencioni's The Advantage


The Benefits of Working with Experienced Advisors

Culture Code

Transforming your team and organization’s potential is impossible without the active transformation of your culture code from “the current state” to “the ideal state”.

Unleash Potential

Transformation of “what is” to what will be” is impossible without proper assessment and alignment of the right people doing the right things right through strategy.

Greatness Honored

Performance optimization is a natural outcome when everything that can be possibly be measured is objectively measured is coupled with smart experiments, accountability and autopsying.

Resources to Transform Your Team

Unleash your Team's potential with these resources that will help you as a Leader to Assess, Transform, and Accelerate.

Tap the Potential of Your People

Tapping the potential of your People and Team requires the careful selection, onboarding, coaching, developing, and ultimately planning for the succession of key strategic roles in your Organization. When Leaders have a strategic approach to the Employee Lifecycle, they ensure the longevity of the Organization's success and retain talent and insights like a flywheel as Employees cycle through.


Culture Shaping

Your culture is a direct reflection of you, what you allow, and what you do not allow to occur. It is up to you to shape it. Shape carefully.


"The intent is to embed the learning and self-awareness so that the person can then use those tools to improve their lives and improve their business results. I had looked at other approaches, but felt that this would give us a structure that our sales team could really build on. This was our ongoing approach to growing the company- by growing people in the company."

Coaching starts with identifying the desired and current state, determining gaps, and developing a strategy for performance improvement. Follow these steps to bridge the gap between vision and potential.

  • Capture current talent, systems, and culture.
  • Compare and contrast the current with the ideal business state.
  • Implement a customized coaching action plan.
Mindset Shaping

Mindset is a reflection of ingrained thought habits and mental attitudes. It is a powerful driver of success and profits, and it must be nurtured and shared throughout your Team. Effective Leaders always push mindset development.

  • Leaders can reshape soft-coded mindset elements to change thought patterns.
  • Develop your Team's acumen, competencies, and emotional intelligence.
Team Performance Optimization

Inspire your Team to perform their best with three key ingredients: People, Passion, and Purpose. Your team should feel appreciated and that they are part of something bigger than themselves. 

  • Define role accountabilities that match each team member's talent and capabilities.
  • Align talent, systems, and culture with business goals.
Leadership Development

High-performing Teams require high-performing Leaders. Leaders must be self and interpersonally aware while engaging both hearts and the bottom line. Effective Leaders define role accountabilities that match their Team's talents and capabilities.

  • Understand the relationship between talent, systems, and culture.
  • Balance accountability with the unique experiences of the team.
  • Create a unified vision, a fulfilling team culture, and increase profits.

The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team: 12-Step Guide

Inevitably, all Teams are dysfunctional to some degree because Teams are comprised of fallible, imperfect human beings. From the basketball court to the executive suite, politics and confusion are the rule rather than the exception.

Facing dysfunction and focusing on teamwork is particularly critical at the top of an organization.

Download the 12-Step Guide to begin fighting dysfunction today.


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