Oct 5, 2023
The high performance begins with you. Putting a priority on getting to know yourself and reflecting (on failures and successes) allows you to choose what learning you consciously want to take forward.
The intersection of what makes you unique, the impact you want to make, and what drives you are the critical elements to the customized definition of what high performance is for your business. Once defined, this powerful tool allows you to navigate failure, what is out of your control, and even success.
In this program, you will learn how to use your unique strengths, understand why to choose what opportunities to act upon selectively and understand the impact of your choices. You will also learn the importance of being clear when communicating to your team — and communication overall — to give them the confidence to act, adapt, and act again.
This and more will give you a basis to remain collected under pressure with minimal setbacks and pivots.
Jess Dewell facilitates a discussion about how to create and build a thriving, high-performance business with Julie Perkins, Founder at Wyseminds, Erik Holmberg, President at Nauvatis Coaching, and Chris Michel, Founder of Coach Chris Consulting and Author of The Red Chair Experience.
If you want to continue to look for inspiration to creatively or innovatively approach decision-making and problem-solving, use the experiences of other business owners who have created great companies. Try Fast Track Your Business today to keep learning and growing and stay intentional as you work strategically on your business.
Feel like you need a bit of help with some business direction? Then ACT to Plan by contacting Jess for a Business Base Camp Consultation. You’ll discuss your aims, where you are, and where you should be to move deliberately toward your team-building goals!
If you want to stay informed and plan for a successful year, download the Annual Red Direction Business Management Report and get access to survey findings and information to help navigate volatility and uncertainty.