Inspire the Future
Companies with a clear vision outperformed others 15 times over the past 60 years, according to a report from Cutting Edge Information, an independent research company in Durham, NC.
Without a clear plan, companies waste time and resources in changing directions rather than aligning resources to achieve real progress in key areas.
How Our Inspire the Future Program Works
Put the right people in the room – which is often everybody. Listen to them vent about the past, then accurately examine the present, and then envision the future so clearly they can latterly see where they are going. Then create a 12 month action plan to get there. Finally, review progress at 30, 60 and 90 days to celebrate progress and reprioritize as necessary.
Participants will plan your organization’s future in the form of a plan with clear direction. Groups will work together to define how to avoid obstacles, define the behaviors to achieve the plan, complete the action plans, and identify the milestones/metrics to inspire the behaviors and actions required.
“A team – aligned by building a plan together – becomes unstoppable. They built the plan, own the plan and implement the plan.” Doug Bolger, Chief Learning Officer, Learn2
You'll get results:
- Align everyone’s efforts to achieve incredible results
- Take massive action in the present that is aligned with the desired future
- Anticipate and overcome obstacles before they slow down progress
- Define the behaviors that constructs versus destroys progress
- Achieve massive results – even leapfrogging the competition
Some of our amazing clients say:
Senior Coordinator, Volunteer Engagement, Canadian Cancer Society
The experience moved the organization to face our realities and together develop solutions and road maps with accountabilities and timelines.
Minister, Community of Christ
I was very impressed with the presentation. I felt included and valued and I learned!
Market Research, Astra Zeneca
We can use this method with other issues we didn’t have time for today. It will help us really identify our gaps and therefore help us in our planning.”