While there’s no shadow of a doubt you’d want to make your business succeed, your enthusiasm for excellence may not be trickling down to everyone else in your company. What transpires, therefore, is a tug-of-war of sorts – each component of your business going in separate directions. Worse, as you pound your workers, their enthusiasm to move forward falls through the cracks.
It may sound cliché but you could certainly need a helping hand. And that should come from someone who can lift your spirits like no other – reminding you of a vision you once hold dear but lost. Montgomery Presents details this all-too real dilemma.
It’s when people lose sight of the glorious vision that the company was founded that its workers, managers and team leaders squabble. Instead of acting as one, division managers concern themselves with positioning and accumulating power rather than focusing on moving the whole system forward.
Management expert Norman Marks detail that internal politics can pose the ugliest risk to a business. When people deliberately hide information to protect their turf then the company is bound to fail – sabotaging itself from within.
As a business leader, you may not see this coming – focused so much on expanding your business operation. While a memo may certainly put the situation to the fore, it may fail to address the spreading animosity. In cases like these, it’s high time you bring the “hope professionals” in.
Not only does a gifted speaker provide solutions, he makes everyone own and take part in building your company’s grand vision of success. It’s no easy task but his reputation has preceded him – adept in providing hope as Churchill did in WWII. In short, he gets everyone on board – with greater resolve to surmount challenges.
He’s but one voice but his ability to wake your company from its sleep is beyond compare. It’s like with a motivational speaker: a mini-Churchill in your office.