Could your leaders be diminishing people, rather than developing them?
Are your customers feeling as valued as you hope they are?
Are all employees contributing what they know they can?
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Together, we will identify the key area in your business that you want to develop, and create a custom 13 week program that will solve the issues you're facing in your organization through small actions, community building, and collaborative reflection.
If your organization is resistant to change, stuck in a rut, or just lacking the motivation and drive you know is possible, then the Extraordinary Experiment is exactly what you need to rekindle the passion, improve performance, and get your team excited about working together to achieve your business goals.
Step 1. We meet by teleconference to discuss your team, your goals and your current situation. Whether you want to help your leadership team work in alignment with your company's purpose, help your employees deliver the best possible service to your customers, or increase the level of engagement and satisfaction of your team members, we can come up with a plan that helps you reach your unique goals.
Step 2. We co-create a custom 13-week challenge for your company with weekly actions, encouragement, and reflection prompts. Using small, simple weekly challenges means that we can help your team develop new skills and habits without the disruption and difficulty of immediate, wholesale change.
Step 3. We create the materials and interface that your team members will use to accomplish the challenges. Challenges will be emailed to your team weekly, and we provide a digital community space for them to discuss progress.
Step 4. We run the experiment for 13 weeks, tracking key performance indicators and reporting on progress. It's amazing what can be accomplished in 90 days when you break a goal into manageable steps, and use community building strategies to turn a business project into a challenge people get invested in.
Step 5. At the conclusion of the experiment we debrief on progress, celebrate success, and identify next steps. Depending on which version of the experiment you decided to run, your leadership team, employees, and customers can all be involved in planning the next challenge.