I’ve seen CEO’s and top executives in large companies who think and act as if they were still waiting to be given permission to take the ball and run with it. Instead of making the changes they’ve been longing to make once they rose to a position of leadership and influence, they still hold back, afraid to take the lead they’ve earned.
The first principle of personal transformation is to appreciate your success. By recognizing your accomplishments, you build real confidence that gives you the strength to make new things happen. Sticking to this principle puts you in touch with your personal power and leads to becoming a master of producing results.
12 Lessons of Producing Results come from real-life experience of our clients as well as observation of what the master result-producers did to become such high performance individuals. They form the basis for group discussion that shift the performance of the team toward becoming masters at producing results while transforming their ability to work together