It’s time to unlock your leadership potential and take your business to the next level.
Did you know? There is a HUGE Leadership Gap:
- 70% of employees in the US are unhappy in their jobs due to negative management.
- 38% of new leaders fail within the first 18 months.
- 88% of people leave work each day believing they work for an organization that does not care about them.
And it’s about to become a WORSE problem
- 63% of Millennials believe their leadership skills are not being fully developed.
- 71% of Millennials will leave their job within two and three years if they feel their leadership skills are lacking and there’s no room for growth.
Aim to Win helps develop leaders to reach their potential and achieve short and long-term success while following a Heart-Based Approach. The same approach that I used for many years as a C-level Executive, the same approach that achieved results time and time again!
What is a Heart-Based Approach?
The Heart Based Approach incorporates compassion and empathy into all aspects of leadership. This approach brings strategic advantages to any organization, including:
Attracting, Engaging, and Retaining Top Talent
Improved Innovation and Problem Solving
Top Notch Sales and Customer Relations
A Nimble, Adaptable Team
Could this be you?
An up-and-coming middle manager was considered to be too soft-spoken for higher-level jobs. While working with Aim to Win, he learned to become assertive—while keeping his personal style and leveraging compassion and empathy. 3 Promotions later he now runs a major corporate department.
A senior construction executive struggled with achieving results, not having enough time, and dealing with a difficult boss. After working with Aim to Win, he avoided burnout by getting control of his time and energy, avoided “firefighting” and systematically achieved his objectives, became comfortable with his boss—and gained additional responsibilities!
A long-struggling business changed out its top executive and embarked on an overhaul of its way of doing business. Aim to Win worked with each of the senior executives on the leadership team and saw the business achieve great results–reaching profitability in year 1!
Most Common Leadership Topics
Culture – Culture is one of the most powerful elements of your business. Your leaders make or break it.
Conflict Resolution – Conflict is part of any organization. How it is handled can make it a positive or negative experience.
Gaining Influence – Influence is the way things get done. Leaders who can lead through influence will accomplish more.
Change – Change is always present, and it should be. Leaders must be able to help their teams navigate change in complex times.
Performance Management – Getting the most out of the team is a critical, and often underdeveloped skill. Leaders must address performance early, often, and effectively.
Talent Leadership – At the end of the day, the team with the best performing players wins. Leaders who can build, guide, excite, and grow their teams will achieve epic things.
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It’s time for a better solution. It’s time for a Heart Based Approach, customized to the needs of your business.
Why pay a recruiter $25K or more when you can grow your own leaders for much less—and reduce your turnover???
Why accept lower results when you can add millions to your bottom line by growing your leaders????
Why dump thousands of dollars down the drain with traditional leadership classes that don’t work when you can have customized coaching from someone who has been there???
The Word On The Street
Aim to Win’s process is expedient and effective without too much fanfare. It’s not a soft and fuzzy approach to coaching. It’s for professionals who are looking for results.
– Adam Primi, Director of HR
Wade is very good at assessing what the needs are and coming up with a systematic plan to get there.
– Steve Davis, Group President, K Hovnanian Homes
Wade’s been on the inside. So many coaches come from business or marketing, but he’s the real deal.
– Keri Gasiorowski, Chief Human Resources Officer, Kalera