In any competitive industry, there are winners and losers. No matter the economic conditions, some companies consistently do better than their peers.
What’s the secret formula? In this interactive workshop, we explore the characteristics of these winning
Specifically, we will consider:
The broad difference in results between players in the same industries with access to similar resources, inputs, and know-how
The role execution plays in driving higher levels of performance
A proven Execution Framework that business leaders can use to increase company health and performance
Rather than focusing on specific functions within an organization, a leader’s role is to establish and operationalize key elements of the overall business execution ecosystem, and use that to mobilize employees and resources in pursuit of a desired future. This spans many elements of the company including vision, goals, culture, strategy, brand, operations, and talent management.
This presentation will link best-practices in the areas of culture, strategy, talent and leadership with real examples of how western Canadian firms are putting these practices to work.
By the time they leave, participants will be able to:
Recognize the importance of disciplined execution for organizational success
Describe how sustained performance is less about sweeping, far reaching decisions, but rather the accumulation of hundreds of decisions, actions, and behaviours taken by employees over time
Apply a 4 part execution framework in assisting the health of their organization
Identify how their role as a leader can support improved performance through better execution
Presented by: Tim O’Connor CEO Results Canada – the Business Execution Experts
Tim O’Connor is a founder and CEO of Results Canada Inc. Results inspires people to build better companies. Tim has been a partner and contributer in business development and client delivery since 1998. He is passionate about addressing a chronic issues in mid-sized organizations – namely, a lack of execution.
The Execution Imperative
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
11:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Holiday Inn Lethbridge, 2375 Mayor Magrath Dr. S.