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Book details
  • Genre:BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • SubGenre:Leadership
  • Language:English
  • Pages:183

GPS for your Organisation

How to energise your employees and build sustainable high performance

by Nicholas S. Barnett

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Overview

GPS for your Organisation is a practical guide to help company boards, CEOs and leadership teams add clarity and gain ongoing buy-in to their organisation’s long-term direction, purpose and values. It will also add focus and urgency to their strategic and business plans. The book shows readers how they can develop, communicate and embed their own Guidance and Positioning Statements (GPS) into their organisation’s culture, messaging and DNA. This will energise employees and help build sustainable high performance. The process can be applied to all types and sizes of organisations from start-ups to well established organisations and also to subsidiaries and divisions of large organisations. For further information go to www.gpso.com

Description

GPS for your Organisation is a practical guide to help company boards, CEOs and leadership teams add clarity and gain ongoing buy-in to their organisation’s long-term direction, purpose and values. It will also add focus and urgency to their strategic and business plans. The book shows readers how they can develop, communicate and embed their own Guidance and Positioning Statements (GPS) into their organisation’s culture, messaging and DNA. This will energise employees and help build sustainable high performance. The process can be applied to all types and sizes of organisations from start-ups to well established organisations and also to subsidiaries and divisions of large organisations. For further information go to www.gpso.com

About the author

Nicholas Barnett has been a director, businessleader and consultant for over 30 years. He isexecutive chairman of Insync Surveys, non-executive chairman of Ansvar Insurance anda non-executive director of Mission Australia.He was also a co-founder of Board Benchmarking and Gender Worx. Nicholas was previously chairman of First Samuel, The Presidents Club Limited and Ambit Group. Nicholas was formerly CEO of Insync Surveys,survey and consulting specialists; Ambit Group, IT recruitment specialists; and Barnett Consulting Group, business sale strategists. He is a chartered accountant having commenced his career at KPMG where he spent 11 years, including the last two as a partner in Melbourne, Australia.

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