Everyday employers pull employees together, label them a "team," give them a directive, and expect them to deliver results quickly. Soon, however, due to lack of focus, the team flat-lines and the energy needed to succeed is lost.
As members of a team of professional development specialists, consultants, and coaches, the authors of "Do Big Things" have found a common and undeniable pattern of steps successful teams use on their way to making a meaningful impact.
"Do Big Things" equips leaders with "the how" to quickly identify and activate the behaviors needed to achieve more. By applying the concepts of this book, the team's daily interactions are transformed, focus is sustained, and energetic progress toward their goals is triggered.
We all want more.
We want to deliver big results and enjoy the process of doing so. We want to be productive technically and contribute as human beings. We want to succeed as a team in business and be fulfilled in life.
Doing both is how we define what it means to make an Epic Impact. It means we do because we are more, certainly as individuals, and all the more so as a team.
Source: Craig W. Ross: Do Big Things: The Simple Steps Teams Can Take to Mobilize Hearts and Minds, and Make an Epic Impact