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Peak Performance for Managers

Best Techniques for Better Results

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Language:  English
Organizational peak performance is raising the bar of expectations. It requires self-efficacy in leaders and front-line employees. This means making internal changes to exceed organizational goals.
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Today’s crisis is merely a preamble for the massive uncertainty to come. What poses a more significant problem than risk and complexity is strategy making. That’s because traditional approaches to strategy, once considered an answer to change and uncertainty wasn’t designed for a wholly unpredictable and unstable world. This book, “Peak Performance for Managers,” introduces managers, business executives, and decision-makers in industry and government to new ways of thinking, feeling, and acting. Designed to maximize their ability to deal with rapid change efficiently despite the everyday problems and hassles of the organizational world.

About Authors

Jim Woods and Lucy Kovalova-Woods are management consultants and peak performance coaches with over 30 years of experience in helping people reach extraordinary levels of performance. Located in Denver, Colorado, Jim and Lucy help people overcome their fear of failure. They become healthier, creative risk-takers, beat a fear of disapproval and criticism, and conquer procrastination. Resulting in a reduction of conflict in the workplace and an increase in productivity personally and organizationally.

  • About the Authors
  • Introduction
  1. Peak Performance for Managers: The Race Begins
  2. Aligning Personal and Organizational Goals
  3. The Ways of Making Your Business Efficient
  4. Reasons when You Should Fire an Employee
  5. Adapting to Change
  6. Peak Performance of Remote Teams
  7. Being a Proactive Leader
  8. Dauntless Courage
  9. Tactics to Overcome Unconscious Bias in the Workplace
  10. 3 Ways You Can Improve Managerial Effectiveness
  11. Are You Inclusive or in a Protective Silo?
  12. Giving and Accepting Feedbacks
  13. Why are Managers Incompetent?
  14. The Most Important Six Questions to Increase Employee Engagement
  15. 7 Powerful Ways You Can Motivate
  • References
About the Authors

Jim Woods


Lucy Kovalova-Woods