Great books. Great research that clearly defines what it takes to be a great organization. Great author.
I love these books and their insights. Refer to them regularly when coaching my clients. They give us good endpoints to shoot for.
But as one client said to me, “I can’t stand reading them, they make me feel inadequate and so far behind”
The challenge these books bring is “how to get there.” It’s almost as if we need an operators or instruction manual for them.
That manual exists. It’s called Mastering the Rockefeller Habits by Verne Harnish, founder of Gazelles. Many of you have read it and have put it to work.
On April 25th, I’m presenting the Mastering the Rockefeller Habits Workshop, and the U-M Holiday Inn. If you are unfamiliar with Verne’s book, but want to become great, this workshop with help you install the Rockefeller Habits and get you started on the path to greatness. If you are already a practitioner of the Rockefeller Habits, this serves as the tune up or “Masters” workshop that will hone your habits and create even more alignment and growth.
You can register here.
Dare to make your company great. Join me.