Becoming Your Best researched 50 leading organizations over many years to see how employees and leaders planned and problem solved. The goal: identify what worked and what did not. It was interesting to find that less than 10% of organizations have a company-wide problem-solving process they teach their leaders and employees. Yet, 82% of leaders feel like their team members could improve their problem-solving skills. To close the gap, a new approach to planning & execution was born, The Six-Step Process.
Do you have a simple, easy-to-learn, easy-to-teach process for solving problems and seizing opportunities within your company?
If not, this program will utilize the Six-Step Process to give you and your teams a process to solve their biggest problems, quickly seize opportunities, and create a clear plan of who will do what by when. This process aligns teams and puts an immediately executable plan in hand.
This program helps leaders and trainers:
Download your guide and template to evaluate if the Six-Step Process is right for you and your team.
Dean Griess, Executive Learning Leader, Charles Schwab
Start with the Vision outlines and illustrates how to apply the Six-step process to any problem or opportunity. The book explains each step and includes 4 case studies to demonstrate how to apply each step of the process.
Cory Moore, Executive Vice President, Big-D Construction
Steve Shallenberger started his 1st multi-million dollar company at 26. He successfully started and ran 11 companies in 4 industries. He is a HBS graduate & now teaches his 40 years of research on successful people and businesses. Rob Shallenberger is a decorated F-16 Pilot, former Air Force One Agent, MBA graduate, and managerial consultant. Steve and Rob train and coach the 12 principles of Successful Leaders, Strategic Planning, and Problem Solving to leading companies such as PepsiCo, Charles Schwab, Dallas Cowboys, Dell, Make a Wish, YPO, Et Al. Rob & Steve are both wonderful husbands with 4 and 6 kids respectively, and both are actively involved in their local communities.