High Performance.

HOW organizations build workplaces that work better

In Pursuit of Performance Series

Traditional ways of managing change are not up to the task. That’s because what an organization does to transform it’s business and how people perform during change are not the same thing. But if you teach people how to achieve daily high performance, you significantly enhance your organization’s ability to achieve innovation and transformation.

According to a 2021 Deloitte survey, 71% of CEOs said they expect to increase their spending on workforce and talent transformation over the next 3 years. But no transformational strategy can achieve its full potential unless the people tasked with its execution know how to reliably bring their best performance to the job.

Sharing stories, tips and techniques to help you achieve breakthrough performance results.

What comes to mind when you hear the term high performance?

And how would you react if you heard a rumor that your CEO was determined to turn your organization into a team of “high performers”?

Would your jaw clench? How about your gut?

Organizations struggle to create a high performance culture. Here's why.

Organizations invest considerable time, money and attention to support high performance across the enterprise. So why do so many struggle to achieve it?

We believe the answer is surprisingly simple: most organizations struggle to achieve it because most individuals struggle to achieve it. 

Instead of the Great Resignation, what if your organization can experience The Great Inspiration?

Across more than twenty years in senior leadership positions with a Fortune 20 telecom, one of the most important lessons I learned was that you could judge the success of a leader not by how many followers they had, but by how many leaders they developed.

Hello, What, Meet How

How can large companies and organizations assure a successful outcome to large-scale innovation and transformation initiatives? By tapping the latent abilities of their leaders and teams to think and work differently.

Achieve Application Study Change Acceleration

Rapid change inevitably feels like a plunge into the unknown. But the results can be transformative – if organizations avoid the pitfalls.

Discover how 3 enterprise-level clients applied the Achieve System™ to turn accelerated change into lasting transformation.

Adam Shaffer at Victra talks about how the Achieve System helped drive a merger and acquisition transition with a common framework and language.

Chris Baron, COO at the Achieve Institute, talks about ways to get back to high performance when you hit a wall at work.

Martha Delehanty, Chief People Officer, Commvault talks about pursuing mindsets, not results, and creating a new future instead of fixing past problems.

Women Achieve performance expert Mary Lynne Heldmann talks about women who “persist” and achieve career goals.

The Achieve methodology has helped redirect my staff, prioritizing resources and work to drive excellent business results for the last two years.

Joe Chuisano

Director, Verizon Wireless

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