3 Steps to accountability: build a high performacne culture
The term accountability is used alot in our culture. We often hear the refrain "we need to hold someone accountable!". The term is used synonomously with responsibility. Even Wikipedia defines...read more >
Put the "I" back in Team: building high performance teams
We all know the saying “there is no ‘I’ in team.” Its point – that individuals need to put the team ahead of themselves for the team to perform – has validity, but it fails to acknowledge the...read more >
step into your full potential
One of the greatest challenges we all face is the understanding and embracing of our own leadership potential. Even the mostly highly paid executives struggle with internal questions about...read more >
4 keys to authentic and effective team communication
An important foundation for High Performance Communication is the Three Laws of Effective Dialog:
- All people have purposes and concerns.
- When people perceive you as threatening, or unaware...
can a 1 minute posture check make a difference?
One of the most powerful foundational movement practices we teach, whether we are working with elite athletes or older adults experiencing pain and limited movement function, is a simple movement...read more >
CREATING A POWERFUL LEARNING CULTURE
The opportunity is to create a powerful culture in which learning is an intentional practice that drives growth and performance within an organization. The challenge is to create a culture in...read more >
Leverage Your Filter
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands, but in having new eyes”
Have you ever taken the time to explore what influences how you see the world --...read more >
5 steps to building an effective practice
Family, Health, Team
Learning new skills and developing new ways of seeing the world is hard work. It requires repetition and practice. Practice is essential for learning, especially for adults, because learning...read more >
THE POWER OF PRACTICES FOR TAKING NEW ACTION
Family, Health, Team
When we engage with teams, one of the first questions we ask is "how many of you want something to be different in your life". In over 30 years of doing this work, without exception, over 98% of...read more >