"What would happen if your organization became the place where dreams come true?"
One of the differentiators between a good team and a great team is the decision to pursue genuine community.
In High Performance Organizations, leaders consistently capture the hearts of team members, leading to greater engagement and deeper fulfillment. In such an environment, outstanding results become much easier to achieve.
When it comes to a person’s character, there is an old saying: “You can’t expect to soar with the eagles in the daytime, if you fly with the buzzards at night.” The same might be said for staffing. You can’t select buzzards and expect to build a high-flying organization.
High Performance Organizations do things lesser performing organizations don’t – today’s post is a perfect example. HPOs create clarity on what’s important throughout the enterprise. The fact that clarity is so illusive in many organizations is a mystery unto itself. Organizations lack clarity not for it’s inherent difficulty, rather for the diligence required from leadership. A lack in clarity is a lack of leadership.
To Act as One is a simple idea with profound implications for leaders who desire to create High Performance Organizations. Think about the potential impact of a unified and aligned workforce. If you harness the power of every member of your organization, your competition doesn’t stand a chance. That’s why High Performance Organizations make the second move – they strive to Act as One.
When we began researching the best practices of High Performance Organizations, we were not surprised to discover the best leaders, when attempting to build great organizations, did not work alone. They built strong leadership teams.
If you've decided to place a "Bet On Leadership", the first best practice we'll discuss is to "Set the Pace."
The 4 moves every High Performance Organization must learn.
Think of a time you were all in. Perhaps it was on a sports team, or a cheerleading squad; maybe you were serving as a volunteer in your community; or maybe it was at work. Have you ever considered why you were so fired up? It was no accident.
Are you busy? Me too. Unfortunately, activity is not the same as accomplishment.
What do all High Performance Organizations have in common?