Momentum Blog

Join us February 2nd, 2018

We would love for you to join us for a 3-hour complimentary, educational program on The 8 Steps to Building a High Performing Culture in your organization. Breakfast and parking will be included. DISCOVER HOW WORLD-CLASS COMPANIES DRIVE EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS BY CREATING EXTRAORDINARY CULTURES. High performing cultures don’t just happen by chance, they […]

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Fundamental of the Week #4: GIVE UP THE NEED TO BE RIGHT

Keep your ego, your personal agenda, and your judgments out of the way of doing what’s best for the team or the customer. Don’t let being right interfere with being able to hear others and see possible new solutions you haven’t seen before. This one can be tough, especially for […]

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Fundamental of the Week#1: ACT WITH INTEGRITY

Demonstrate doing the right thing in all your actions and all your decisions, especially when no one is looking. Always tell the truth.  Acknowledge and own your mistakes, clean them up and make appropriate corrections. Earlier this year the Momentum Team got together and we defined our fundamental behaviors for […]

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November 2017 Monthly Newsletter

(Image above from the October 2017 High Performing Culture Summit on Amelia Island) NOTE DATE CHANGE The morning of February 2nd, 2018 in Austin, Texas,  we will be presenting a three hour educational program on: The 8 Critical Steps of How to Build a High Performing Culture SAVE THE DATE

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Fundamental of the Week #26: CONTINUOUSLY SEEK TO IMPROVE THE IMPACT WE MAKE

Always seek a breakthrough approach. Our job is to improve the lives and work of the people we serve. This path takes planning, diligence, and thoughtfulness. Over the years, I have participated in more seminars, workshops, and training sessions than I could possibly count or even remember. Most of them […]

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Fundamental of the Week#25: Pay Attention to the Details

Be rigorous about accuracy and precision. Double-check your work. This particular Fundamental speaks to something I have persistently found challenging. I always thought of myself as “seeing the BIG picture” and was content to leave the details to others, impatient to move on to the next piece of “big thinking.” […]

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