Building Strong Leaders: Driving CEO & Team Performance

You know setting clear expectations with measurable outcomes, communicating consistently about your priorities, and creating a culture of accountability and teamwork that reflect your company values are important to scale your business. Are you using those same strategies to build strong leaders?

 Work management technologies have eliminated the need for micromanagement, so team leads are able to focus more on coaching, training, and optimizing their teams. A team’s alignment is key to breaking down barriers and running smooth operations, and it all starts at the top.

Join us Wednesday, January 19 at 2PM EST for a webinar led by Verne Harnish, world-renowned thought leader, keynote speaker, and bestselling author. We will delve into a system of maximizing the tools and habits enforced by Scaling Up to empower your team leads to lead with purpose and drive results. You will also learn how Align as the official Scaling Up software can help pave the way on your journey to success.

This webinar was January 19, 2022.

About Verne Harnish

Verne Harnish is founder of the world-renowned Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO), with more than 13,000 members worldwide. For 15 years he chaired EO’s premiere CEO program, the “Birthing of Giants” held at MIT, a program he still teaches today. Founder and CEO of Scaling Up, a global executive education and coaching company with more than 200 partners on six continents, Verne has spent the past three decades helping companies scale up. The “Growth Guy” syndicated columnist, he’s also the Venture columnist for FORTUNE magazine. He’s the author of the bestselling Mastering the Rockefeller Habits which has been translated into 9 languages; and along with the editors of Fortune, authored The Greatest Business Decisions of All Times, for which Jim Collins wrote the foreword. His latest book Scaling Up (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) has won eight major international book awards including the prestigious 2015 International Book Award for Best General Business book.