You’ve set prices as high as possible, pushed hard to maximize sales efforts and aggressively reduced costs.
Further Improving Results?
Most business leaders can’t imagine how their companies could achieve further and potentially dramatic improvements in operational and financial performance.
The science of human behavior has five principles that hold the key to further improvements in operational and financial performance. Here’s one of the principles: While every person is unique, employee performance issues are not unique to each employee. Human behavior is highly predictable.
So, if human behavior inside companies is predictable, then equipping employees to deliver excellent performance (sales performance, leadership effectiveness, etc.), is not only possible, but it is there for the taking. Will you take advantage of this overlooked opportunity or will you leave this opportunity for your toughest competitor?
In the end, which companies will improve results? The companies that decide to use the science of human behavior to improve operational and financial results.
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P.S. 2018 is almost half over!
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- Solving Your Most Challenging Employee and Team Performance Issues - June 9, 2018