LD #1: Helping Business Owners and Leaders Win

by | May 4, 2018

Business owners and leaders struggle every day to meet their goals and objectives, some living on the razor’s edge of making it or not making it, based upon whether their strategy is accomplished. It turns out that winning or losing in business comes down to being able to execute on your strategy – what coaches call “playbook execution”.

“LeaderDialogue” is a weekly radio show launched to help business owners and leaders win! The show’s format is to invite a business owner or leader onto the show and learn about their business, and what is working or not working for them. The hosts will then help identify a key business performance principle that could be applied to immediately improve their playbook execution performance.

The following week, the hosts will then unpack that principle in more detail for the LeaderDialogue audience. The process will be repeated every two weeks. The plan is to have fun and help business owners and leaders, and the LeaderDialogue audience, to become more knowledgeable and successful in their playbook execution in order to win and SOAR!

 

About SOAR Vision Group

SOAR Vision Group’s mission is to: Align People with Purpose to Achieve Exceptional Results. SOAR provides best practice strategy execution, business process optimization services, and a structured organizational development approach for organizations to effectively implement the Baldrige Performance Excellence framework. For more information, contact SOAR Vision Group at (888) 294-3303 or visit soarvisiongroup.com.

 

About the Baldrige Foundation

The mission of the Baldrige Foundation is to ensure the long-term financial growth and viability of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program, and to support organizational performance excellence in the United States and throughout the world. The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is presented annually by the United States President to organizations that demonstrate quality and performance excellence. For more information, contact the Baldrige Foundation at (202) 559-9195 or visit baldrigefoundation.org.

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