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High Performance Organization Workshops are for owners, entrepreneurs, and leaders that would like their organizations to run more efficiently and effectively than they are now. It also helps build strong leaders and teams inside of organizations. If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you should come to the High Performance Organization Workshop.
Listen to a recent episode of the High Performance Leadership Podcast. Chip and Randy discuss steps you can take today to move your organization towards High Performance.
A two-day workshop that gives you a researched process to follow to take your organization from a traditional mindset to High Performance. We've identified four key principles to put your organization on the right path. Following this path helps you become more efficient and ensures relevance into the future. Hear from Texas-based CEO,
Speaker, Author, and Podcast Host Chip Wilson!
Chip Wilson is Founder and CEO of 360 Solutions, a leadership development firm focused on building high performing organizations. From its inception in 1998, Chip has grown the organization to over 600 offices in the US with additional offices in 14 countries. He is frequently called upon for his knowledge as an entrepreneur, consultant, and speaker.
Mike Goossen, CEO and Founder of Columns 4 Success, has spent over 30 years working in the business community of Fresno County. He is a graduate of Fresno State and has been a CPA since 1986.
We have identified four key principles required to move an organization from chaos through stability and into High Performance. These key principles are Organization Assessment, Strategy, Leadership, and Teams. By systematically moving through each principle, organizations find themselves stabilizing and transitioning into High Performance.
Using our state-of-the-art assessment platform, we assess your organization to identify problem areas and determine a baseline. It's hard to create a clear path forward without first creating a baseline for where you are.
Using the assessment results, we identify goals and strategies to get your organization on the road to high performance. Strategy is defined as the way an organization meets the challenges and opportunities presented by its environment.
In short, leadership is a significant part of the answer to whatever challenges our organizations may face. We build up leaders in your organization using our world-class trainings on subjects such as "Emotional Intelligence" and "The Power of Persuasion."
Few would argue that people are an organization’s most valuable asset. Unfortunately, many people are motivated by compliance. Their hearts are not in their work. We help leaders within your organization build high performance teams.
"Coming to this has just really opened our eyes. This has really given us a lot of direction, a lot of focus and actually both of us a little more drive to get the things done that we've been wanting to get done for a long time."
Building a High Performance Organization
In this kickoff session, you will learn the paradigms leaders have used for years to build traditional organizations. We’ll then compare it to the new paradigms required today to build organizations that perform at the highest levels. This new way of thinking developed out of a need to better use employees’ capabilities to create greater flexibility and integrate parts of the organization around its common purpose.
Assessing your Organization for High Performance
This session is designed to help assess the current status and effectiveness of your organization using the Transformation Model. Using the model, leaders see how pieces of the organization fit together. Then they can make conscious choices about how to improve the organization’s effectiveness. The model reduces organizational complexity to seven key elements:
The seven elements are viewed as a whole system of interrelated parts which must fit together and be closely coordinated if an organization wants success. High Performance can be built into every aspect of an organization by using the model to guide a comprehensive and targeted approach to change.
This session represents years of study that we have transformed into a basic set of skills and practices. We will present the latest in the Principles of Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, and Trust. You decide to what extent you want to develop your abilities. If you have the desire, this program will present you with the tools to become a successful leader.
You will learn that it is not necessary to change the world or become a household name in order to be a great leader. Being a great leader simply means having a positive influence on those around you. It allows you to create an organization founded on vision and ideals where you encourage others to rise above mediocrity and perform at their best. Our objective in this program is for every participant to understand the foundational principles of leadership and practice them. It does not matter if you lead a staff of two or a nation of millions, the principles are still the same— and they can be learned.
Meet and Greet
Developing a High Performance Strategy
The core concepts of strategic planning are framed around conscious choices about how an organization delivers value to its customers and distinguishes itself from competitors. Strategy isn’t just a document, it’s a mindset. It involves anticipating and adapting in the face of change. Clarifying the direction of your organization requires tradeoffs. It’s the task of the whole organization. If a strategic plan is done correctly, it lays the foundation for tomorrow’s success while competing to win today.
Strategic Design Sequence
The design sequence is made up of seven critical steps:
When leaders follow this process they help the organization achieve its mission and vision.
Creating a Master Plan
A master plan is a set of performance initiatives that leaders of an organization implement and manage as part of ongoing organizational development. Creating and implementing a master plan helps leaders become proactive instead of reactive. It results in greater discipline in management behavior by encouraging leaders to spend a majority of their time on activities that grow and develop the business, in addition to paying attention to short-term needs and demands.
“Think Tank” is an optional session designed to help participants in the workshop discuss their current reality and ask questions or get feedback from the entire group. It’s a facilitated discussion where nothing is off-limits.
You may cancel within 48 hours of the workshop for a refund. After that, you may reschedule for another workshop.
35 people max. We keep the workshops small which allows us (and you) to focus on your organization.
We accept credit cards, but if you wish to use a check, contact us, and we’ll make that happen for you.
All materials and workbooks outlining the implementation process are included. Travel, lodging, and meals are not included.
Lunch is on your own, and we want you to use that time to get to know the other attendees. After the last session each day, many groups typically go out to eat.
We typically work with the venue to secure discount rates for lodging. When you reserve your spot, we will email you a list of locations that can take care of those arrangements.
Business leaders from the Central Valley in California and other states. Chip Wilson and Mike Goossen will lead the sessions.
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