At last – a book that supports leaders in not only surviving – but thriving. Rob Nankervis’ first book, Propelling Performance provides a simple, step-by-step guide to surfacing underlying beliefs, shaping strategy, developing execution disciplines, and adopting the leadership traits that actually drive success.
“Many businesses remain in mediocrity as they make the same mistakes over and over, trying to use the same thinking that got them stuck to get them moving again. Leading a business out of this trap is difficult. Rob has helped hundreds of businesses and leaders, and he can help you too.”
Verne Harnish, Founder, Gazelles, Scaling Up and EO Author: Scaling Up, The Greatest Business Decisions of All Time and Mastering the Rockefeller Habits
“Most businesses lack a sense of purpose to which their staff can connect and a set of strong values to which people can subscribe. Today’s workplace is founded more on policy and less on passion.”
If you have always wanted to excel as a leader, this is the book for you.
“Get on any peak-hour train, bus or tram, or look around at your fellow passengers in an airline business lounge, or stuck in peak hour traffic. Look at their faces. I’ve been doing this lately and it bothers me.
I see little joy, energy or passion on its way to work. That’s bad news for you as a leader, because some of these people could be on your team, and it’s bad news for the rest of us, because we’re probably being served by them when we deal with your business.”
A business consultant, advisor and executive coach with 30 years’ experience, Rob has in-depth expertise across a range of sectors, organisation sizes, ownership structures, and lifecycle stages. Strategic planning, organisational review and managing change are Rob’s speciality.
He coaches Founder/owners, CEOs and senior executives, supporting them through business performance challenges, growth periods and company transformations.
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