HIGH PERFORMANCE LEADERSHIP COACHING
HELPING LEADERS EXECUTE SYSTEMS TO MAXIMIZE RESULTS
Cheryl Lauer is a CEO who knows what it takes to implement systems successfully over the long run. If you already have a system in place but need help to maintain progress and maximize results, Cheryl has the experience and tools to help.
If you're looking for a new system to operate more efficiently, empower teams to collaborate productively, and boost the bottom line, Cheryl can recommend the right solution, help you implement it, and ensure you maintain momentum and progress to achieve your goals.
Cheryl will help you capture your vision for the company – from strategic goals to tactical details – and provide a clear roadmap to achieve your goals. With years of experience overcoming challenges and frustrations that leaders face every day, Cheryl will help you execute and achieve better results.
A 20-year track record of helping companies implement processes and tools to consistently execute and reach new heights of success.
We understand ROI and expect to deliver it. No contract, just a simple “expectations agreement”.
Hi, My name is a Tucker, and, in case you didn’t notice, I’m a dog.
Here’s a story of how my boss, Cheryl, motivated me to run, and leap and stretch to catch plastic discs she tossed in the air.
Cheryl thinks business people can learn a lot from this story about how to inspire and motivate employees.
That may be so… But I want you to read on so you can see the cool videos of me doing my thing (I’m a show-off).
This is a story about human connections and how they can strengthen your business…
Humans have a deep desire to connect with other people, to find something in common with them.
When we connect with others, we listen to them differently. When people share ideas or make suggestions, we understand where they are coming from. We understand their point of view.
Connections lower barriers, build rapport, and establish trust.
Trust breeds teamwork. Teamwork leads to business success.
Here’s an example…
I was talking with a company owner last week who craves useful feedback from his employees, but never receives it.
This is a guy who exudes confidence. But even those who seem totally in command have doubts.
We all benefit from positive reinforcement or constructive conflict that comes from an engaged and empowered team.
But how can we make that happen?