A one-day, team-based business simulation that teaches strategic thinking, collaboration, business acumen and leadership.
Drawing from recent research on neuroscience, behavioral economics and decision theory, Decision Mojo is a powerful one-day learning experience that helps participants and teams make better decisions.
A management and leadership development training program that introduces people managers to the essential skills needed to effectively manage people and teams.
A comprehensive behavioral assessment to help leaders identify critical leadership strengths and potential career derailers.
Preparing the next generation to lead your organization is one of the most important responsibilities you have as a leader. We partner with organizations to help people develop the skills, confidence and experience necessary to become successful leaders.
Leadership isn't easy, and there are no silver bullets or simple forumlas, but there are basic skills that form the foundation for future success. We immerse learners in simulated business envrironments and scenarios where they apply their skills, receive feedback and learn from their decisions.
In a recent interview, Ed Catmull, the cofounder of Pixar, shares his views on risk, failure and culture. The entire interview is worthwhile, but I found Ed’s perspective on these three issues to be especially insightful and applicable to all industries. Taking Risks The nature of innovation requires risk taking. This creates a fundamental tension[…]
Things don’t make you happy, but experiences and relationships do. Highly productive people understand this and apply it in their own lives to maintain spiritual and emotional well-being. Great leaders also leverage this truth to create a positive culture and get the most out of their people. If you survey the happiness literature, one theme[…]
Photo by Rachele Caretti, Licensed under CC by 2.0 One of the qualities shared by great decision makers is the rare ability to disregard the opinions of others and think for themselves. There is a strong gravitational pull to conform to the conventional wisdom. If you’re looking to avoid accountability or even regret (which is[…]
The 5As Framework Getting More From Your Investment In Training As a manager, you spend money on training and your employees spend valuable time being trained, but you’re often not seeing optimal business results from this investment. Research shows that very few employees are able to apply what they learn in training to achieve measurable[…]
Sean P. Murray is the founder and CEO of RealTime Performance, a consulting firm focused on leadership development, employee engagement and talent management. Since founding RealTime Performance in 1999, Sean has helped companies such as State Farm, Nordstrom, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson, Starbucks and Chubb design and develop programs for leadership assessment[…]
RealTime 360 is a leading application for providing online 360-feedback, interactive leadership development guides and individual development planning tools. The RealTime 360 solution delivers a complete employee development experience from assessing individual skills through 360-feedback to providing recommended resources and helping employees create and share action plans. Find the right Realtime 360 for your team[…]
The Cantina at the Antinori Winery. The Antinori family of Italy traces the founding of its family-owned wine business to 1385. That’s 630 years and 26 generations of business continuity. Consider the risks that a business faces over a span of that period, including war, plague, economic crisis, political turmoil, family health, and sibling rivalries just to name[…]
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I recently had an opportunity to hear Gail McGovern speak to a group of high-potential leaders at the American Red Cross headquarters in Washington, DC. She shared her personal history from her early career at AT&T where she started as a computer programmer and rose to Executive Vice President. There were a lot of lessons[…]
In 2015 we celebrated the one-hundred-year anniversary of the publication of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity. What Einstein was able to achieve was so astounding and so creative, it is worth reflecting on how he did it. Thought Experiments. Einstein’s intellectual journey toward the General Theory of Relativity did not begin with complex equations and high[…]