Recapturing the Growth Track: Correcting Leaders’ Disempowering Behaviors
by Phil Hauck and Ken Utech
“Addressing human issues to resolve corporate performance shortcomings, Utech and Hauck demonstrate the importance of addressing the inner inconsistencies to impact the bottom line. Using their experience with companies varying in size from 50 to 3,000, the authors use a lens of personal empowerment to address corporate growth.”
Identifying what works and what does not work for each team member creates direction and energy for the future. As Steve and Keith Stroobants, Owners of American Finishing Resources admit, “The process is the sole reason we’re successful today… This process has us both responsive and effective again, and helped us grow from $6.5 million to almost $10 million. We’re no longer our own worst enemies.” If you would like to be taught or coached through the lessons in the book, please contact us today. We have different options to complement the lessons towards self-sufficiency the book works to achieve.
How the book has been described on Amazon:
This book answers the question virtually every manager and most CEOs are asking: Why doesn’t this organization perform better? To re-energize their companies, CEOs must understand the source of their inconsistent behavior by examining their true driving values, working with managers and employees to raise and resolve issues sooner, setting goals and personal development plans, and more.