The culture is a reflection of the leader and it responds like an orchestra responds to the subtle nuances of the conductor. This only happens when the conductor creates an ensemble of excellence. In organizational development, I call this a “New Architecture of Engagement.” This means creating synergy through a common vision. This is why I named my company SynerVision®…it’s the synergy created by embracing a common vision.
In my work, in SynerVision International, Inc. and SynerVision Leadership Foundation, I champion Transformational Leadership as a culture of high performance. It’s a culture of excellence lead by a competent leader.
The strange thing is…we don’t really understand the word leadership. There are multiple interpretations and applications of what is thought to be leadership. My journey over the past 30+ years of working with visionary leaders has provided me with clarity of what works and what’s BS.
It’s time to cut the crap and get to the point… the point being, how do we get things done and how do we influence others?
Through the style of Transformational Leadership and the methodology of Bowen Systems leaders upgrade their skills to build stronger, more engaged teams. READ MORE
An assessment of skills, culture, and systems is the beginning of the journey of transformation can begin in a careful, systematic, sequenced process resulting in sustainable results. READ MORE
Ballou’s unique methodology integrates strategy and performance resulting in sustainable results installing a “New Architecture of Engagement” empowering a high performance culture. READ MORE
Creating systems for high performing teams and defining multiple, sustainable streams of revenue and the key for expanding the profit of any business. READ MORE
Rresearch shows that 90% of businesses that fail do so because of a lack of leadership skills. Fortunately, leadership is a skill many people can learn.
Leadership is a general topic that people understand in different ways; in fact people have contrasting and conflicting perceptions of how leaders should behave.
It takes quite an effort to make complex ideas simple so others can follow or know why they need you and your services. Leaders make complexity simple.
Choices are very important in leadership. Sometimes, paralyzed by the gravity of the choice, leaders stall and can’t decide. Not making a choice is certainly a choice.