With the support of the talented coaches and facilitators, I was able to take that long-overdue step back and critically reflect on where my business was and where I wanted it to go.
It was an incredible experience and will have a significant and lasting effect on how we do business.
Our meetings are now more effective and productive. We have cut the time spent in half and doubled the output.
Big unexpected plus was the value of the group. I could learn about my own issues from their experience.
Bettina was terrific in shepherding our group and holding the attention of nine different intense personalities. Her work will enhance our focus and concentration to enable all of us to be more productive individually and as a group.
It’s all jelling together – and I now use my dog walks as a time of reflection. I analyze my day and have new ideas about how I want the business to be. Everything is “clicking” better, personally and professionally. I am working on my personal leadership vision and thinking about how my values manifest in the workplace. I want to send more of my team through the program.
Specifically, NewCo helped me realize that I have a choice about being constantly pinged, and allowed me to take back control of the flow of communication. It was a sustained opportunity to reflect on what you want to accomplish and how.
With a frenetic travel schedule, this is the thing that let me plug back in every day to realize that I get another chance to live and breathe.
Think NewCo’s workshop helps you realize just how much focus you’ve lost in the 24×7 connected world, and then provides actionable insights into how you can take to regain control.
By following this program I was able to find the answer to a business problem that had me stumped for two years.
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