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Organizational Health

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In Pat's best-seller, The Advantage, he makes an overwhelming case that organizational health will surpass all other disciplines in business as the greatest opportunity for competitive advantage. While traditional disciplines like strategy, technology, finance, and marketing remain crucial, the true untapped competitive advantage lies in organizational health. 

Achieving organizational health goes beyond eliminating politics and confusion; it's a practical and tangible investment that leads to increased productivity, heightened morale, and enhanced employee retention. The only barrier is the requirement for courage. Leaders must confront themselves, their peers, and organizational dysfunction with uncommon honesty and persistence, facing uncomfortable situations to unlock the full potential that organizational health offers.

To experience the profound impact firsthand, take the bold step and commit to our Two-Day Team Offsite through our consulting services. We will guide your team towards unlocking its full potential and gaining a distinctive edge in today's competitive landscape.

What exactly does an organization have to do to get healthy?

There are four simple, but impactful steps. 

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DISCIPLINE 1:

BUILD A COHESIVE LEADERSHIP TEAM

The first and most critical step in a healthy organization is creating a cohesive leadership team that is committed to do the ongoing work of developing and maintaining a high-performing team and mastering the five behaviors outlined in The Five Dysfunctions of a Team.

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DISCIPLINE 2:

CREATE CLARITY

Creating clarity at the executive level is essential to building and maintaining a healthy organization. There are six simple but critical questions that need to be answered, eliminating all discrepancies among team members.

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DISCIPLINE 3:

OVERCOMMUNICATE CLARITY

Once a leadership team has become cohesive and established clarity around the six critical questions, they need to communicate the answers to employees over and over again. There are specific communication strategies the leadership team can employ to ensure that messaging is consistent and absorbed by employees.

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DISCIPLINE 4:

REINFORCE CLARITY

For an organization to be healthy, organizational clarity (the six critical questions) must become embedded into the fabric of the organization. Systems in the following areas need to tie to the six questions: Recruiting and hiring, managing performance, compensation and rewards and real-time recognition

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