“Unfair” is not illegal or immoral. Your competition says “They are really good. How do they do it?”
The basic goal of successful leaders is to build personal and organizational value for themselves and their employees.
A successful leader knows he gets “results through people.” To realize his future vision, he builds a results-based culture with enthusiastic, motivated, confident employees working together to achieve the company’s future vision.
He understands “good is the enemy of great.” Status quo brings mediocrity. Aspire to be good – meet industry average – and you remain vulnerable. Aspire to be great and gain control. Build success and develop “unfair competitive advantage.”
He wants to embrace opportunity, build sustainability, develop strong employee engagement, become recognized in his industry and community and build value. In short – develop an outstanding organization.
Leadership Management Group’s Tom Northup brings more than 30 years of real-world experience, practical expertise, and thoughtful leadership. As the former CEO and principal of three successful businesses, Tom understands the complexities faced by today’s busy executives. He’s dealt with and overcome the challenges of focusing management teams, fixing productivity and efficiency issues, and creating enthusiastic, can-do cultures so critical to enduring business success.
Tom will help make success a reality. We work with executives of small to medium sized companies helping them – organizationally
- Build unfair competitive advantage
- Develop a high performance organization
- Grow profits & revenues year-to-year
- Create and execute a strategic plan
- Become an outstanding leader
- Focus on high payoff activities
- Achieve hard to reach goals
- Heighten personal confidence
A typical story…. Tom began working with a company not able to maintain growth or profits. Now the company has tripled sales, become strongly profitable, built an outstanding management team and is positioned to double revenue again in the next three years.
“Right now, your company gets the results—good or bad—that it was designed to get. If your vision of the future differs from your current situation you must change the way you do things.”
I invite you to browse this web site for detailed information about how to turn your dreams into performance. Make the leap by focusing on opportunity building an outstanding organization with “unfair” competitive advantage. Start by clicking here the Who We Work With page.