PRIMAL LEADERSHIP JUDO.

 

Harness Proven People "Primal Drives" Principles and Forces For Achieving Even Better Business Results

 

Author Larry Duckworth draws on over 30 years of C-leadership of companies in multiple industries. Often these leadership services overlap into Marketing and/or Sales improvement services, and more.

 

His on-going studies in Neuroscience-based Primal Drives™*, provide unique, leverage-focused services to help companies to:

 

  • Improve top line and bottom line business results

  • Improve leadership team cohesiveness

  • Benefit from executive and team coaching

  • Retain optional Interim Management

  • Improve leadership selection and rewards systems

  • Strenghen leadership recruitment

  • Develop better envisioning power and strategic planning

  • Improve strategic planning processes with an expert facilitator

  • Improve the transition from vision to implementation

  • Develop better tracking metrics and processes (per the great Yogi-ism, “You can’t hit ‘em if you can’t see ‘em.”)

  • Strengthen its Board of Directors or Advisors

  • Achieve other results-focused services as needed.

 

The focus of these solutions?

Improved business results via exceptional leadership

*Neuroscience studies of humans has revealed six deep ”Primal Drives” in all of us, even far below the Sub-conscious level of the brain, that can be harnessed for improved, differentiated leadership and results (business and personal). Primordial Leadership and related consulting processes significantly improve the realization of superior performance throughout the organization. The Key... Why? What? and How? of great leadership are defined and leveraged.

Effective leadership is not about making speeches or being liked; leadership is defined by results not attributes.

Peter Drucker

Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.

Dwight D. Eisenhower

Leadership is getting someone to do what they don’t want to do, to achieve what they want to achieve.

Tom Landry