In this powerful 2 day session, we are going to look at your business from a totally new perspective, one that gets everyone in the session to participate to identify:
A. The Objectives - The What
OKRs all start with identifying the big, massive impact goals that you want to accomplish for the quarter, or in some cases arching over several quarters. Objectives are not intended to be identified as daily tasks, but bigger picture goals that help move the needle forward for the entire company. OKRs encourage delegates to reflect critically on the most important objectives they need to accomplish as business or organization, and then hold ourselves accountable to accomplishing them.
B. Key Results – The How
Key Results are the “how” you will accomplish your objectives. KR’s identify 1-5 measurable tasks that give the goal setter actionable tasks that will ensure their success for accomplishing the objective. At the end of the quarter, you should be able to identify with a clear yes or no if you accomplished the key result. Did you do it or did you not do it?
Benefits Of The Session
1. Challenging every teammate to clearly identify what the MOST important objectives are that will propel the company forward more than other worthy ideals.
2. Providing the framework for a disciplined approach that the team is aligned in doing together on an ongoing quarterly basis.
3. Constant course correcting at the end of every quarter so you are challenges what you are spending your time on, hold yourselves accountable to do what you said you were going to do, and reassessing and stating new OKRs on a consistent quarterly basis.
In addition, the team and business enjoy:
- Increased Focus
- Better Alignment
- Increased Commitment
- Stretching Themselves
- Achieving Results
Outcome: A Culture Of Exponential & Accountable Performance
A team that is more focused, accountable and conscientious of how they spend their time, is a huge win for the entire organization.
With everyone improving their performance on an ongoing basis, the team’s cumulative progress becomes exponential.
Pricing includes all materials and excludes travel and disbursements, where required.