Waking up the Hippo: How to Create a Team That Over-Delivers to the Customer Every Time – Live!

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Waking up the Hippo: How to Create a Team That Over-Delivers to the Customer Every Time – Live!

Leaders of today’s teams are dealing with challenges that are often beyond their control: constant organizational change, team members that distrust organizations and leaders, rapidly changing market conditions, and people doing the work of three or four people. How do you become a leader that doesn’t become a casualty to these challenges? How do you create a team that over-delivers in spite of these obstacles?

Imagine coaching such a team live right in front of your audience. A team struggling with the pressure to up its own game. In this session, we take specific information about your business and industry, and present a ‘real-to-life’ team encountering the pressure to perform in a ‘real-to-life’ situation, right on stage. Most importantly, we’ll open the session up for questions and coaching from the audience directly to the team members on stage. Your audience will be able to ask the team members virtually any question, and give them coaching advice. Through this ‘live case study’ process, your audience will discover the secrets to ‘wake up the hippo’ in their own teams, take them to the next level, and over-deliver to their customers every single time.

Based on the new book by Mark Kenny to be released this summer, this session reveals the simple strategies that today’s busy, overworked leaders are successfully leveraging to create teams that over-deliver to their customers.

Key Audience Takeaways:

  • Learn the five strategies to create teams that over-deliver.
  • Understand how to discover and leverage the hippo that needs to be awakened in your team.
  • Experience how to actually implement the strategies in a ‘real-to-life’ team.
  • Create an action plan for sustainable change to take back to your organization.

 

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