PDP KEY EXECUTIVE COURSE
Here's the good news. You've hired/promoted an A-player to help you steer the ship. The bad news is that they are new to leadership, the two of you still need to find your rhythm with each other, and they will be prone to some classic mistakes such as doing the wrong things too quickly, trying to do it all themselves and focusing too much on process and too little on people. Luckily, we've thought this through, and our six-month group coaching might just be the answer.
Do you want your A-player to make better decisions by really taking into account all the different factors at play in your business?
Would you like your A-player to manage their time and priorities better, and do more empowering of their team than taking tasks on themselves?
Are you invested in their personal and professional growth?
The PDP approach focuses on a foundation of Principles engrained through Discipline, in order to support the key Priorities.
Monthly 2 hour interactive learning segments (Zoom) - 2 tools workshopped each session
Full access to online course material for duration of course (Thinkific) - videos, resources and tools
Monthly 2 hour Kitchen Cabinet meeting (Zoom) - your own board of advisors for problem-solving and accountability
"And let me offer lesson number one about America: All great change in America begins at the dinner table." - Ronal Reagan Farewell Address
SIGN UP YOUR A-PLAYER FOR OUR NEXT COHORT!
MODULE 1: GOALS
Setting them. Making sure they are SMART. Aligning them with your WHY. Focus on PRIORITIES.
MODULE 4: CADENCE
The value of constant feedback.
Building better scoreboards.
MODULE 2: PEOPLE
The Enneagram. Scorecards.
Building a values-based culture. Leading and lagging KPI's.
MODULE 5: PROCESS
SOP's that support not hinder.
MODULE 3: ACCOUNTABILITY
Internal and External Locus of Control. Managing Millennials.
MODULE 6: TIME TRAVEL
Reaffirming vivid vision.
Buying back time.
MECE AND THE RULE OF 3
KITCHEN CABINET PRESENTATIONS
SET LONG AND MEDIUM TERM VISION
5/25 DEFINE AND REFINE PRIORITIES
EXECUTE ON THE LEAD MEASURES
It is useful to learn how to break down big goals into small measurable goals, and get into the specifics of the relationships and people.
The experience shares and breakout rooms are what I always find most useful. I also dig the pre work!
All the concepts allow deep thinking on personal and business long term strategy.
The content shared and questions asked made me think out of the box.