CGC Helps Clients Distinguish How Conversational Contexts for Leadership, Culture and Performance Shapes Action and Results   

 

Ground-truth perceptions provide a context for how people see the world around them, how they speak about the values and results of their company, tribe or team, how they feel about how things actually work or get done in their organization, and how they see their intrinsic contribution value.

Perceptions shape what people think, dream and complain about. Their existence can expand or contract how easy or difficult it is to work together collaboratively with shared direction and common purpose. They are also linked to the attitude, passion and level of engagement people bring to their life and work. In some organizations, they are also responsible for setting lowest limit parameters of survival, and defining the limits to performance that can rob a company of best efforts if not acknowledged and addressed.

Through its proprietary ADEPT (Access to Delivering Extraordinary Performance & Teamwork) program, CGC consultants help organizations and teams shift their view of what is possible by giving up ineffective ground-truth perceptions, and by creating a new aspirational team vision and boldest outcomes, which inspire the team's full commitment and engagement.

Surfacing and addressing ground-truth perceptions, and having teams get clear on the costs of having those barriers or relationship-wedges in place is the first step to create a new team win-source for Critical Game performance inside a new and different contextual dimension called high performance, leadership and excellence.

 

 

 

The Impact of Values & Vision-driven Leadership on Performance

 


The most effective leaders hold themselves accountable and are fully committed making bold things happen. They do this by being on the cutting-edge of innovation, effectiveness and competitiveness, and by leading their organizations from having a clear vision and set of values, which powerfully shapes performance, leadership, engagement, accountability and decision-making. The management of people and monitoring of systems and processes through such things as procurement activities and KPIs is insufficient. 

Most true leaders commit first with a remarkable clarity of direction and purpose, and then figure out strategically and operationally how to achieve their vision, goals and aspirations by engaging and aligning their teams.

 To succeed also requires the presence of a strong grow-learn-expand culture and a powerful context for learning and development. Leaders constantly prepare and equip themselves, their tribes and teams in new ways of thinking, acting, behaving, and organizing to continuously keep their vision and  dream alive, and to elevate not only the achievement of high performance results, but are also focused on the ways in which that new performance is achieved by keeping the human dimension of performance always in the line of sight.
 
 One-on-one executive coaching is often a critical success factor to support the achievement of bold and aspirational outcomes across an organization and over time. Coaching can be very effective to help keep the end-prize thinking and  focus at the forefront to enhance a leader's ability to inspire, encourage and develop the next generation of high potentials and build high performance teams.

 

 

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