Pressure is actually a good thing. It helps us feel alive and productive, and it makes life interesting. What we want to avoid is stress, and "stress happens" when there is either too much or too little pressure in our lives. Let's get real-- many of us thrive on pressure. As a client once said about his business, "I like the action!" On the other hand, when you're in charge, too much pressure can bring you to your knees. It can affect your health, your family, and your company.
When you're in charge, you have to do more than simply make sure things go right today. You're also responsible for making sure that what you do today creates the future you want tomorrow. Unfortunately, most top managers are so busy putting out today's fires they never have time to think about fire prevention. If you don't ponder strategies for positioning your company in the future, you may never have that future.
The organizations of yesterday haven't faired too well in the dynamic economic, social, political and business climates of today. Your organization needs to be renewed periodically. In this seminar you'll find tips, techniques and guidelines for doing just that. You'll learn how to use concepts like crisis management, team interaction, corporate visualization, and strategic focus to meet the challenges ahead.