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What's UP

To deliberately shift away from patchwork, quick fix programming our focus is long-term, sustainable outcomes at the individual, team and organization level.

By utilizing a holistic approach, rather than a linear approach to achieve objectives, we focus on 2Core growth areas of individual, team and organizational development:

Self-Mastery (EQ, SQ) and Leadership (IQ, SQ)

7 Habits of Highly Effective People


First, participants build a foundation of character by focusing on leading and managing themselves — achieving the Private Victory. They accept full responsibility for their choices, moods, actions, and outcomes. They set goals that align their own unique mission and purpose to their team and organization, and learn how to execute those goals by staying focused on what is most important, not just most urgent.



Second, they achieve the Public Victory by learning how to work well with others effectively — to have lasting influence and impact. They learn the mindset of mutual abundance in every encounter, how to effectively communicate with others by listening and advocating with empathy and respect, and how to synergistically solve problems with better solutions than they have previously thought possible.


Third, they learn how to renew and invest in themselves.


Everyone shows UP on time, focused, healthy, resilient and willing to contribute their best.

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The simple, often overlooked fact is this: work gets done with and through people. There’s nothing more impactful on people, their work, and their performance, than trust. 


Even in the most turbulent times, there are four roles leaders play that are highly predictive of success. As leaders consciously lead themselves and their teams in alignment with these roles, they lay the foundation for effective high trust, leadership.


  1. Be the credible leader others choose to follow— one with both character and competence.

  2. Clearly define where your team is going and how they are going to get there.

  3. Consistently achieve results with and through others using disciplined processes.

  4. Unleash the ability of each person on your team to improve performance, solve problems, and grow their careers.


You achieve your highest priorities.

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