Even the greatest of leaders can’t lead
when their team is dysfunctional
Misunderstanding, confusion and blaming get in the way of being effective
Top talent feels stuck and can’t deliver results
Productivity declines because time is wasted on useless arguments and discussions that go nowhere
Leadership is frustrated and stressed
Customer satisfaction erodes
Make Good Teams Great
You are a team leader who focuses on having the right players. Now let’s get them on the same page with an easy 4-part proven framework to help them exceed expectations and help you lead with a sense of purpose.
You are a team member who wants a sense of purpose. You want to continuously learn and improve. You want to perform to full potential.
This framework will be your roadmap.
Promote alignment and clarity
Achieve high morale
Take back control and start leading with
a sense of purpose
Attract and retain
back on track
We get it...
We capitalized on years of first-hand experience helping over 500 C-suite executives and board members overcome different challenges with dysfunctional teams and ineffective hiring practices. We noticed they all have one thing in common: there is a missing piece, that is never included in classic organizational training and yet is responsible for driving results and growth in multi-million-dollar businesses and organizations.
Julie and Conrad Prusak now make this system available to all team leaders, team members, hiring managers and businesses of all sizes.
How it Works
Three steps to bridge the gap that is causing you frustration and sleepless nights.
GET THE 4-PART MBE PROVEN FRAMEWORK
The book is a valuable resource. It has everything that you need to succeed. If you are too busy to implement the system, you can focus on your business and hire Julie and Conrad to do it for you or coach you during the process.
GET THE TEAM ON THE SAME PAGE
Learn the steps the successful managers from effective companies use. Learn how they set clear expectations...how they maximize alignment...how they establish an edge over their competition.
LEAD WITH A SENSE OF PURPOSE
The leader knows what to expect from team members. Leaders know what to expect from themselves. Team members know how to support and what to expect from their leaders. Team members know what to expect from themselves.
Customers know where you stand. Customers know where they stand. Customers trust your team and confidence climbs
Leaders running a team
Hiring new employees
Retaining “A" Players
Onboarding new hires
Improving customer confidence, trust and the customer experience
Improving performance reviews
Optimizing conflict resolution
Maximizing enterprise value