By failing to adapt to change, many established companies have failed completely. While it is customary to place blame on top leaders when companies fail, I can't help but wonder whether there were Lifters in companies like Sears, Blockbuster, Eastman Kodak, Borders, Xerox, and Motorola who could have changed the trajectory of their declining companies simply by speaking up, sharing fresh ideas and solving uncommon problems.
Leaders, Empower Lifters.
Lifters love their organizations and have great insight into its problems. They have the ability to see significant gaps but may not have been empowered to lift the company out of despair.
Approximately 50% of workers are not engaged in their work. Another 20% are "sleepwalking" employees who are actively disengaged. The life of an organization might depend on re-engaging Lifters and unleashing latent potential.
We Help Lifters, Challenge the Status Quo.
Our workshops are designed to help Lifters know and show their strengths, get in the game and use their influence to disrupt the status quo. Afterwards, Lifters will have the courage to save the day!