As leadership goes, so goes the company. Optimize and accelerate with a private group of peer CEOs, owners, and executives engaging in a cycle of learning, sharing, applying, and achieving. The only agenda is helping each other grow and enjoy more, professionally and personally.
The Next KC Vistage Group Is Forming NOW!
Only 8 to 18 CEOs, Presidents, or Business Owners in non-competing industries will be selected for the next Kansas City Vistage group. If you're a growth-minded C-level executive in the KC area that wants to take your business farther, contact us today to learn more about the Vistage peer advantage.
Achieve and enjoy more together
As the company leader, you're steering the ship in the right direction away from obstacles and towards opportunity, but you can't sail the company by yourself. You need a crew that is on-board, able, and fully engaged.
In the work world today, less than a third of U.S. employees consider themselves fully engaged. Imagine how much more could be achieved and enjoyed, if everyone on your team was engaged, empowered, and aligned.
It starts with an enterprise operating system that builds the culture to achieve and succeed...together.
Is your team aligned for success?
Find out how aligned and engaged your team is today with an alignment assessment.
Working ON the business
When you start or takeover a business, you can't imagine the ups and downs to come. There's excitement in each first; first sale, first hire, first milestone met. With hard work, business grows and so does your infrastructure and responsibility to others.
Then one day it happens. It starts to feel like a ship tossed at sea. You're spending more time putting out customer fires, dealing with employee issues, and managing daily operations. Plans to take your business where you dreamed it could go are put on hold.
It's time to step out of the day-to-day to work ON the business and YOU. Don't have the time? We'll help you find the time.
The Power Within
If you don't ask, they won't tell. If you don't share, they won't know.
When we work with teams to jump-start goals, it's surprising how quickly they identify obstacles and solutions. It's as if they knew them along.
At the end of the day, we ask for feedback on their experience. The number one positive response we get is "Management asked for their input." Second is "It helps to see the whole picture."
Does your team see the big picture? Have you sought their insights on what needs improvement and how? Are you leveraging your power within?