Your growing team is stuck. You set annual goals but don’t know how they are doing. You spend your days endlessly putting out one fire after another. Your people are busy and stressed but lack a sense of urgency to make progress. No one feels like they are accomplishing anything meaningful, but no one seems accountable for delivering results.
You have tried several times to get more organized. You have read productivity books, watched YouTube videos, and even sent your team to training. However, you remain frustrated as your business rarely achieves the results you are looking for.
If this sounds like your team, you are not alone. Many organizations that experience a significant period of growth suddenly hit a wall and remain stuck in neutral. The problem is not a lack of effort but a lack of building an effective system that supports and maintains continuous growth.
In this talk, you will learn how to create a sustainable system to get your team unstuck. You will be introduced to the powerful TeamCompass Productivity Framework™, which is designed to help growing companies to clarify and achieve impactful business results. The following topics will be covered:
- The three core pillars of organizational effectiveness and productivity
- Why measuring and tracking goals is the secret sauce to achieving results
- How to focus your team on the most important work
- Building a culture of accountability that motivates and supports your people
Steven Granese has been building innovative teams for his entire 20+ year career in the technology and organizational consulting industries. His expertise lies in helping teams to achieve better and more consistent results by building effective systems of work. He is an expert in team productivity, organizational design, and agility frameworks. A regular speaker at industry conferences and corporate events, Steven holds master's degrees from Carnegie Mellon University and Georgetown University and a bachelor's degree from Wake Forest University. He resides in St. Petersburg, FL, with his wife and two children, where he enjoys coaching baseball and tackling technology projects in his spare time.
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