What The Top 10% of Industry Leaders and Brands Do Differently – How to Create and Implement an Execution-Focused Strategy
ABOUT THIS TALK
Most high performing teams appear successful, but their leaders get dragged down, feeling overwhelmed, over their capacity and overworked. This will eventually affect not only their work performance but their personal and family lives as well.
The great news is there is a proven path to change this pattern for yourself, the leaders and managers in your organization. In this talk, Matt explains how to put together a 100-day execution plan for your business, all broken down into weeks, with each week having its own clear intentions, actions and accountabilities. Everything that will fill up these weeks is divided into four buckets: Goals, people development, projects and meetings.
Matt discusses why you need to rank in priority each of the activities you’ve written down in your execution plan. How the act of taking a piece of paper, dividing it into four quadrants focused on professional life, personal life, family & friends, and community can juice everyone up and be the impetus that changes your group trajectory.
“It’s imperative that my team has outside education from experts that are in line with my training but a different perspective. An investment in my team and team bonding”
“Interesting, dynamic speakers, informative and inspiring. There is not enough of this in our industry.”
“Valuable information, distilled into usable segments which can be readily passed onto frontline staff. Plenty of actionable items allowed my team and I to be candid, authentic and honest about the business and ourselves.”
“Very good presentation, with an amazing approach to team development and growth within our operation”
“Many useful concepts to drive focus and performance management. I feel this workshop provided clarity and direction. I feel empowered leaving today!”
“The workshop gave me the opportunity to evaluate the struggle and daily issues and self-evaluate what myself and my team can do to start moving forward.”