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Relying heavily on strategy, LEAN Six Sigma, and personality awareness; the tools below are some of the worksheets, posters, and examples we've used to help leaders maximize success.


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DOCUMENTS

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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Cultural Pyramid

Poster

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What is an A Employee

Poster

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Development Path

Poster

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Civilization Mapping

Example

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

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Leadership Intro

Curriculum

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Strategy

Curriculum

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Teamwork

Curriculum

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Lights! Camera! Action!

Curriculum

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Strategic Video for Leaders

Curriculum

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TBO LMS 3.0

User Guide

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LMS TV Guide

Example

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New Hire Workbook

Example

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Field Experience

Example

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World Class Service

Tourbook

Videos

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YouTube Page

Benefits Experience

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YouTube Series

Interviewing Skills

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YouTube Series

Performance Management

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YouTube Series

Employment Law

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YouTube Page

TBO TV

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Video

TBO Demo Reel

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Video

TRtv in 5 Minutes

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YouTube Playlist

Personality

Book Recommendations

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Gallup

Based on decades of real-world data, This book changed the way I viewed leadership, HR & engagement. 

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Sinek

As leaders we sometimes lose focus on what is ultimately important. Always know your why!

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Maxwell

Classic leadership 101 book I recommend for new leaders and those who need to recalibrate. 

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Frankl

Perspective from a WWII concentration camp survivor and world renown social scientist.

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Buckingham

Another "focus" book, Buckingham reminds us that solving root causes are always better than solving effects!