First Business

September 13, 2011

Topic: Management & Leadership

Engage Your Team and Ignite Performance

Speaker(s): Phil Mydlach

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Length:74:52

This seminar provides an opportunity for business leaders to review the effectiveness of their management processes in achieving high levels of sustained performance. During this session, we will discuss a performance and behavioral management process that will ensure the employee team stays focused on the priorities that drive performance (for all stakeholders).

  • This session provides an opportunity for management to assess their effectiveness at ensuring behavioral alignment with their organizations performance goals.
  • Self-assessment tools will be provided and used "in session" to identify areas where improvement is needed to ensure greater behavioral alignment with the performance goals of the department/organization.
  • A planning tool will be provided for each individual to use for gaining clarity of individual and departmental priorities that support the achievement of the strategic, financial and operational goals going forward.

Phil Mydlach is a performance improvement coach, management educator, speaker and author with over 20 years of CEO/COO experience. His company, Mydlach Management Advisors (MMA), works with corporate managers to create environments in which performance visibility, accountability and teamwork combine to create value for all stakeholders. Blending candor, respect and high expectations, Phil challenges management to continually evaluate operating performance to make the connection between day-to-day activities and the results those activities produce.
Phil leverages decades of owner/operator experience to create high performing cultures within organizations. His experience includes company ownership, general management, strategic and operational planning, organizational development and performance management.
Prior to founding Mydlach Management Advisors, Phil owned and operated two successful technology service companies which he sold after growing them in size and value. Phil began his career working at IBM.