Solving Your Most Challenging Employee and Team Performance Issues

Most business leaders struggle to find solutions to their most challenging employee or team performance issues. The bottom line is that solutions that are not based on how employee and team performance actually works will not deliver the results you were promised.  This, by the way, is  why most canned training solutions fail to improve results.

I spent the first 15 years of my career facing these same issues. I was already studying human behavior and I knew that there had to be a better way.  So, I went to graduate school and focused my research on how to improve employee and team performance. That was in 2002.

How Human Behavior Actually Works

The result is a real-world framework that explains the science behind employee and team performance. We’ll help you apply this framework to your team’s performance challenges and solve them. In the process, you’ll learn how to use the framework to tackle future employee and team performance challenges.

Results

You’ll find that employee and team performance improves within a few weeks, sometimes dramatically. Over time, revenues and profits also increase, competitive ranking improves and the company gets on the path toward delivering industry leading results.

So, if you are struggling with a challenging employee or team performance issue, I’d be glad to describe our process, share how we’ve delivered results for other companies and answer any questions.

 

About Jim Connolly

Jim Connolly is Founder & CEO of OrgEx, Inc.  OrgEx, Inc. helps companies systematically apply principles of human behavior to improve operational performance and financial results.

Jim is a sought-after speaker who uses humor to challenge the thinking of his audiences.  Jim understands how people think and uses that knowledge to equip, cajole and inspire audiences.  He has spoken to audiences as large as 1,100 people.

In his consulting practice, Jim helps clients with their most pressing people challenges, including:

· Eliminating hiring mistakes
· Reducing employee turnover
· Underperforming teams – sales teams, project teams, leadership teams
· Leader performance challenges
· Resistance to organizational change efforts that are necessary to move the company forward
· Systematically building toward record-setting and industry-leading performance

Whether it’s a company-wide issue or working with a specific department or team, we know how human behavior works so we know how to improve organizational performance and financial results.  Find out more at www.OrgEx.com.  

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By | 2018-06-09T12:47:16+00:00 June 9th, 2018|