Few people have impacted the day-to-day management of people and companies more than Ken Blanchard. A prominent, gregarious, sought-after author, speaker, and business consultant, Ken is universally characterized by friends, colleagues, and clients alike as one of the most insightful, powerful, and compassionate men in business today. When Ken speaks, he speaks from the heart with warmth and humor. His unique gift is to speak to an audience and communicate with the heart of each person as if they were alone together. He is a polished storyteller with a knack for making the seemingly complex easy to understand. Some of his topics include Leadership in Tough Times: Ethical Dilemmas; Whale Done!; Teambuilding—High Five; and Creating Raving Fans. Ken is innovative, and insightful, with the ability to make meaningful and lasting impressions on his clients.
Coaching is essential to maximize skills and retain and reinforce new learning. To do this, your organization needs a systematic approach that offers sustainability and follow-up to organizational and individual change processes.
The most important product in every business is service. People remember great service; unfortunately, they remember poor service even more. Customer satisfaction is a make-it-or-break-it aspect of business.
Catching people doing things right and redirecting negative behavior are some of the best tools to increase productivity, build trust, create high commitment and motivation, retain your best workers, promote positive customer relationships, and sustain your competitive advantage.
Empowerment and Employee Engagement
The new workforce demands self-motivated individuals who are willing to handle more responsibility, lead
themselves and others, and embrace change.
Developing leadership bench strength for the future is the cornerstone of any profitable, productive
organization. Recent research indicates that the main reason people leave their jobs is their relationship
with their managers.
Motivation and Inspiration
Organizations are sometimes so committed to their legacy of systems that they lack the ability to provide a corporate culture that improves the quality of life for their employees and, in turn, their customers.
Change is a given in today’s evolving business environment as well as a positive catalyst for creating competitive advantage.
Organizations are becoming leaner and more dependent on the contributions of empowered and skilled
individuals. More than ever before, companies are helping to create engaged and committed employees
who understand how their personal achievement is vital to organizational success.
Effective management of projects has become an essential part of the game in business today. Project work affects and engages almost everyone who works.
Teams are the backbone of the organization. They are the way work gets done both now and in the future. Most individuals spend 50 to 70 percent of their time in a team setting and yet are given little or no training to allow them to succeed.
If you don’t know where you are going, any road will take you there. Without a vision, resources are underutilized, organizational purpose is unfulfilled, and individual energy and momentum are misdirected.