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Club Entrepreneur | Saint Paul - December 2016
Wed, December 14, 2016, 11:15 AM – 1:00 PM CST
How to Create a High Performance Company Culture
When investors evaluate a company, they look hard at the quality of the leadership, the largest determinant of the quality of the business. Leadership establishes the vision, culture, and expectations that drive company growth. High quality leadership creates the high performance environment that positions the company to take the best possible advantage of market opportunity. High performance environments, in turn, attract the top talent necessary to sustain that growth.
Find out what companies are doing that helps them create the high performance cultures, and top producing leadership teams that consistently drive exceptional growth. Come away with a clear sense of what you need to work on next, to get your business positioned for growth. We will explore the aspects of organizational development that affect both top line performance, and bottom line profitability. Discussion topics include:
4 ‘Leadership Lenses’ that help you examine your culture
21-point checklist of factors that inhibit performance & growth
How to custom configure a growth oriented culture
8 steps to creating a gigh performance environment
Erl Morrell-Stinson, CEO Solutions Group (AskHG)
A 30-year veteran in the personal development Industry, Erl is a highly effective mentor to business owners, an executive coach to CEOs, and a leadership development trainer to C-Suite leaders and their senior management teams. Erl's background as an international speaker, author, and pioneer in executive education has positioned him in the heart of culture transformation for executive leaders and their organizations. Erl has worked with companies in the US, UK, Canada, the Caribbean, Turkey, and South Africa to help executive leaders engage their top talent, point them all in the same direction, and turn them into high-impact teams that create stable, steadily growing, and profitable organizations.
Erl leads a monthly CEO Accountability Group that provides peer support, executive coaching, and business development training in the Twin Cities for CEOs using the Traction/EOS model to grow their companies. These groups have been tremendously successful, with several of the members not only increasing both revenue & profitability, but also beginning to win recognition and awards for best-in-class in their respective industries.