As a CEO with success in building an organization...Leadership Is Not A Title, It’s An Attitude...
I just love solving problems with scientific talent based solutions. There is nothing more frustrating than not making progress and the painful/high cost of start - stop and repeating the same. Yuck.
I am a Certified Professional Behavior Analyst (CPBA, CPVA, CAIA), and also a Certified Professional in Trimetrix Job and Talent Benchmarking couple with an expertise in Emotional Intelligence. The "SO WHAT" is really what I believe after evaluating 21,000 people over these past 20 plus years. Yes, I do have the technical expertise but what I truly believe in is what a makes a difference and allows others to experience new results.
What I truly Believe
I truly believe we all have a purpose. Most of us never discover how exciting our work can and will be until we grab hold of our "natural God given gifts and take action." I believe you can be better even if you are at the top of ladder.
Putting the"right talent in the right job" is the first step in achieving great success.
Knowing your talent and being a "natural" is one of the next keys...Be like Bentley (my British Lab)
You really do need the "why" of your company. This is sometimes referred to as the vision of the company and is like "oxygen" for the soul.
Successful teams and organizational development comes from a belief that together we can have incredible success with an "abundance mentality." It isn't necessary to degrade others, just become the "best" and love the customer.
I believe every person/company I end up working with is a "Gift" and I treat this honor as a I would my "best friend." I am all in! This means thinking of how to help beyond the 8-5 day, phone calls at 8 PM if needed and giving honest feedback with solutions that work.
Robb has been the former President and CEO of Minnesota Business Systems, Inc., a company that was recognized in its industry as a "respected, innovative and tough competitor." He has held management positions with a number of Fortune 500 companies including Xerox and United Technologies. As the CEO and principal stockholder, he built a high tech company from 67th to 7th.
Why You Can Experience Real Transformation and Become A "Fixer Upper of People" And Get Results Just Like the Hit HGTV Show, "Fixer Upper!"
After 20 years of helping people and companies, I simply ask them why they continue to ask for my help. The comments go from: "I never knew what transformation could be like until you started working with my team and me!" "Your leadership sessions are simply inspiring and packed full of practical ideas to put into practice right now. They really have transformed me as a leader." "Your style of coaching teaches me to see the unseen and your direct approach with creative suggestions is what makes you the best." "As a leader of a public company, I trust you because you are so genuine and your insights for strategy and people are so right on. That is why I tell you I need my "Robb fix!" Recently, a team referred to me as the HGTV show for business except they said I was the "People Fixer Upper." (I think Chip and Joanna Gaines on the Fixer Upper are far better, but I am humbled and thankful to be of service!)
Lastly, I recently received this text from a CEO after giving real time advice to a touch situation in which much anguish had drained the energy of this executive. "You are BRILLIANT. HAD A GREAT CONVERSATION WITH MY EXECUTIVE THIS AFTERNOON! I REALLY APPRECIATE YOU SO MUCH. THANKS."
I hope you will touch base as I really do love to help you become what John Wooden refers to as "your best:"
“Don’t worry about whether you are better than someone else, but never cease to be the best you can become. You have control over that.”
“Success is always attained when defined correctly, that is, as making the effort to do the best of which you are capable.”
MY STORY AND WHAT LEUKEMIA CAN TEACH US ALL...
Ask yourself how you might feel and react if you just finished your physical and the doctor says to you, "I have set up an appointment tomorrow for you with an oncologist. You need to get there now." Shocked, somewhat scared and dreading the big "C" word and what that might mean to your life? Well, I learned this past October that I had leukemia and today and I can tell you that it does change your life. For me, it is for the better.
First, how about just being grateful for the day that is before you and live it with gusto.
Second, what about the simple concept of "letting go" of the things that are not really worth it and enjoying each challenge since you haven't been told you have leukemia.
Third, if you haven't visited your "faith" in a long time or maybe it is a Christmas event only, take a look again at how much God wants a relationship with each of us.
I HOPE THIS GIVES YOU PERSPECTIVE IN LIFE AS IT SURE HAS TO ME! I WILL BE SHARING MORE...THANKS FOR READING.