The realisation of a goal is not a complicated process. In fact, it’s a simple matter of cause and effect.
As straightforward, consistent and reliable as 2 + 2 = 4.
The problem is, most companies approach goals in the wrong way.
They pass the appropriate sub-goals on to its executives and employees, expecting them to change their behaviours and habits in order to change results.
That approach seldom works.
If you want different results, you need to ignite change at the level where the results are created in the first place—in each member of the team’s mind.
When you do that, achieving your goals becomes not merely “possible” or “probable”...