Achieving Organizational Excellence
“As the CEO, your communication must be transparent, candid and courageous…and that’s the easy part! Your team’s communication with you must be the same and you have to know how to foster and cultivate that culture.”
-Dr. George Dempsey
Q: How do you accelerate organizational performance?
A: Create a solid vision, persuade and influence to create engagement and alignment and grow your team to execute!
Analyzing Organizational Obstacles
Imagine a way to really know how to understand and connect with your team and to show them a way to do the same with their teams! The techniques we use to understand and impact organizational obstacles include:
We partner with you offering you a “balcony perspective” on the ‘play’ that is your organization.
We highlight the passages and strategies to overcome obstacles and frustrations enabling the enterprise to stay aligned and goal directed. In short, we help you build an organization of excellence with people who push you onward…and not the other way around.
When leadership is authentic and courageous, with a vision that is direct and challenging, engagement and alignment are fostered. When the team is of championship quality, the company becomes magically magnetic. We call this a winning culture. At Corporate Psychology Inc, we help you make your own corporate magic in a direct, straightforward logical manner.
"George has worked with me and my executive team for the past four years on issues of leadership and alignment. His coaching and guidance have been both incredibly insightful and helpful. He has become a sincere and trusted advisor and friend."
- Ralph Vasami, CEO
Universal Weather & Aviation
“Attitudes & emotions are the direct result of actions. And actions are the direct results of beliefs. To change the behavior of an employee, an executive team or even an entire organization, you must change what they believe. When a team or an organization changes their beliefs and behaviors in step, we have a cultural change.”
- Dr. George Dempsey