Commit to the Human Imperative
Teams that do big things are identifying up front what the they collectively need to be thinking, feeling and doing in order to deliver on their business objectives.
Teams that do big things trust the process; not just the spreadsheet process, the heart process.
The Three Do Big Things Decisions
Teams will go through their entire life-cycle without ever talking about the decisions that matter most.
Exercise Your Barrier Breaking Authority
The sometimes forgotten authority, is the power each of us possesses to respond to our world any way we want. Our thinking and actions are always a choice.
Focus On What Matters
Consider the possibility that there is something that will enable your team to deliver on their important focus even more effectively.
The 3 Mind Factors
What we focus on matters because what we focus on becomes our reality. Discover how by mastering the 3 Mind Factors you can direct your focus and energy towards what matters most.
Energize Around A Shared Reality
For a team to succeed they must be able to frame the experience they’re having in a common way.
The Energy Map
Learn how to leverage the Energy Map to increase productivity, shift focus and energize your team around a shared reality.
Mobilize Hearts and Minds Forward
Discover how a new CEO in just one year turns around a company that had previously lost market share for three consecutive years.
Questions That Trigger Hearts and Minds
When you walk into the room, when people see you on the meeting invite, do they get excited? Are you the teammate that activates hearts and minds and mobilizes teams to do big things together?
With the market changing constantly, it requires parallel partnership between departments and teams. By using every interaction to build and develop partnership, teams get even more agile.
To what extend are you able to activate the potential in others? Craig W. Ross shares an overview of what Activators are – and how they develop the need of the business and the leaders within it. Craig shares the five disciplines of an Activator and how they benefit organizations by realizing greater outcomes.
Craig Ross, Verus Global CEO & President answers the question, “Is lack of time an excuse – or – an opportunity to get even better as a leader?” Craig explores the three powerful ways to build and develop talent – and how effective leaders are using these three to deliver effective results.
“I need more time.” Leaders are increasingly pressed to do more with less time. What does it look like to activate potential in less time? On varied continents, in varied industries, within varied levels of leadership: We see the leaders we partner with making this leap and effectively changing behaviors by changing daily interactions. It starts with consistently living from your values.
How work gets done has changed. It’s overwhelming to everyone, including the great leaders we partner with. Perhaps we need to engage a different strategy for activating potential. What has to be different? What will you do differently to realize the potential in people and teams? Craig Ross shares more in this short video to leaders.
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Too many meetings are less productive and effective than they could be. Craig Ross, Verus Global CEO shares the opportunity in meetings. How do you activate the potential in meetings? Asking incredible questions to engage and elevate thinking.