Leadership for business growth

Save trouble and get results by growing your business in 5 steps using our proven method

The 5-step Method we use

Below you can read more about the 5-step method we use. First we want to look at the ideal picture (both leader and team) and then show you with the 5-steps how to get there.

If you could define the desired qualities and skills of a leader?

Visionary
Good communicator
Humble
Decisive
Empowering
Wisdom
Vulnerable
Integrity
Good listener
Enthusiastic
Good sense of humor
… (add your own)

Do you want to follow/be a leader like that?

If you could define the ideal team-culture to work in?

Respect
Honesty
Encouragement
Trust
Empathy
Integrity
No gossip
Accountable
Productive
Ethical
Supportive
… (add your own)

Do you want to be part of a team like that?

The 5-steps how to get there

Our unique 5-step method is a journey from vision to action and continuous improvement.

To become the leader you want to follow.

And to build the best team, making sure all take full accountability of the relationships and transactions; as-one.

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1 - Visionary, leader casts vision

Begin to talk to each other openly and honestly. Discomfort is removed and trust is developed among the team. Anxiety is eliminated.

2 - Cohesive, leader serves the team

Start accepting one another and each other’s roles, trust is further developed and cohesiveness takes place.

3 - Functional responsibility, roles and responsibilities connected through relationships

Each person accepts responsiblity for his or her own thoughts, feelings and actions. Each person’s role is clearly identified. Team members become concerned about each other, their departments, and their feelings, not just their own.

4 - Relactional, relationship and transaction comes together

The relationship gets the job done. The team can examine individual, group and organizational’s concerns free of fear and threat.

5 - Continuous improvement

Groups and individuals persue better thoughts, feelings and actions as a group and as individuals both inside and beyond their group.