C-level executives face daunting challenges.
You need to mobilize your company to achieve your plan.
With your existing resources. Yesterday.
But you know how hard it is to get your team from Point A to Point B.
How do you move forward? You create a “Decision-Making Organization”.
Decision Clarity Group
mobilizes your team
to make your goals become reality.
We equip and strengthen top leaders to achieve
more of their strategic goals by engaging
more of their team more effectively.
PODCAST: Steve Scheier, the Founder and CEO of Decision Clarity Group is a guest on Robert MacPhee’s Excellent Decisions podcast, where they talk about the importance of decision making for leaders in all walks of life.
Stream or download this episode of Excellent Decisions Podcast at iTunes.
We get it. You’re between a rock and a hard place.
Your company needs to perform better faster. Without additional resources.
Welcome to the New Reality. Every company does.
You will be stuck where you are
until your team is equipped to make good decisions
together to get you where you need to go.
We do that. For this quarter and all the quarters to come.
– American Management Association
– Forbes CEO Survey
– Balanced Scorecard Collective
There’s not one obstacle
in the way of getting your organization moving.
There are four.
We engage your team in 4 crucial ways
to start making the decisions your transformation requires.
Right now your plan is YOUR plan. You need a way for everyone to feel it is THEIR plan. Opposing ideas need to be addressed and resolved. You need to get heads nodding, and you need to identify the major decisions to move your plan forward.
The path to commitment is achieved by giving your employees a stake in moving the plan forward. Your employees will need a sense of ownership to make the plan “theirs” so they don’t give up.
The Team Mobilization Process
It will take a campaign to get your whole team moving together.
We do it in 5 steps.
You get a decided advantage.
1. Translate your plan into action steps
2. Engage your stakeholder groups
3. Activate your stakeholder groups
4. Start record-setting implementation
5. Reinforce employee momentum
Want to achieve your goals?
Learn how we get teams mobilized.