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Top performing organizations have leaders that broadly unlock human performance

They tap the energy of people, model collaborative behavior, embrace change, and systemically remove barriers to accomplishing work.

Organizational Energy

"Your first and foremost task as a leader is to take charge of your own energy and then to orchestrate the energy of others." - Peter Drucker

Top performing organizations have leaders who shift their people into high gear.

This is the passion and drive that powers your people’s work.

Every organization has an energy level and vibe that radiates from the collective passion and mood of its people. The amount of passion, motivation and drive they have contributes greatly to the speed of work and the ability to power through obstacles.

Higher organizational energy means higher productivity and when coupled with empowerment and higher levels of social collaboration, this translates to greater organizational speed and agility.

Social Collaboration

"We need leaders who are emotionally intelligent and able to model and champion cooperative working. They’ll coach, rather than command; they’ll be driven by empathy, not ego. The digital revolution needs different, more humankind Leadership." - Klaus Schwab, Founder of the World Economic Forum.

Top performing organizations have leaders and teams who cultivate healthy relationships.

How well people work together.

Leaders set the tone. People don’t do what leaders say, they embrace what they do. Little gets created or solved without sincere, open, and honest collaboration. How effectively are your people working with one another? Do your leaders and people show they care about one another as humans? How deeply do leaders make people feel they belong?

Highly effective collaboration removes the friction between people, and is an essential precursor to organizational agility, execution, innovation, and speed to market.

Organizational Enablement

"The average company loses more than 20 percent of its productive power to organizational drag – all the practices, procedures, and structures that waste time and limit output." - from Time, Talent and Energy by Eric Garton & Michael Mankin.

Top performing organizations have leaders that create work environments that unlock the ability to execute, think, and solve problems.

Removing workplace barriers that slow the speed of work.

For highly passionate employees, there is nothing more frustrating than a highly inefficient work environment. To build a truly productive culture, leaders must remove all disenabling barriers that frustrate their people and create the fog of work.

Accelerate execution and fuel innovation by systemically clearing impediments to productive work.

Organizational Agility

"In Today’s era of volatility, there is no other way but to re-invent. the only sustainable advantage you can have over others is agility, that’s it. Because nothing else is sustainable, everything else you create, somebody else will replicate.” — Jeff Bezos, Amazon Founder.

Top performing organizations have leaders who build cultures that work in rapid cycles of sensing, thinking and doing.

The ability to respond to rapidly changing business circumstances.

Agile organizations flex and have leaders who are comfortable with the discomfort that change creates. They are quick to sense and respond to change without compromising stability.

High levels of organizational enablement, energy and social collaboration are critical ingredients that fuel agility. Therefore, organizational agility is not achievable with low levels of organizational enablement, energy, and social collaboration.