About Tony

Create a “Get-it-Done” Culture

In my 35 year business career, I saw it all.
I started as a sales rainmaker, moved into operations, and rose to Senior VP.

I worked for all kinds of companies, from impersonal international corporations to family firms that were caring & profitable,

Along the way, I saw too many companies fritter away their people’s passion, good will and motivation.  The energy was low; very few were invested in the future.

My gift is showing business leaders how to tap into the energy and passion of their staff – and how to reap all the rewards of success, both financial and personal.

“Most of what we call ‘management’ consists in making it difficult for people to get their work done.”

Peter Drucker

The neuroscience of leadership

Which Moods stall Growth at your BUSINESS ?

Emotional Agility
Positive emotions are consistently associate with better eprformance, quality and customer services – and holds true across roles, industies and organizational levels

Emotional moods are based on a sense of safety.  They influence employee satisfaction, teamwork and such hard measures as financial performance and absenteeism.

When managers gloss over emotional culture, they gloss over a vital part of what makes people tick.

Mental Agility
Many companies now manage their cognitie culture, but without e=the emotional layer, cognitive excellence is not possible.  When you create a foundation of safety and belonging, you can turbo-charge everyone’s mental contributions.  A tremendous energy is released when our brains are able to stop scanning for danger in the environment and fully trust their surroundings and tribe.

This create a chain of possibilities that leads to greater curiosity, energy, engagement, collaboration, innovation and, in turn, greater profits and growth

Social Agility
There’s a vital shift from when we see coworkers and think “they are so different” to saying to ourselves “we are, in so many ways, just the same.” Over time people become socially flexible and can easily shift perspectives and stay aligned with one another.
Creative Agility
The agile mood establishes a climate of trust, safety and belonging, so that everyone feels free to express their perspectives, feelings and ideas.  This opens up new dimensions of creative expression.
The difference that makes a differnce
In anything you seek to do, there are typically half a dozen things that make 80% of the difference. Focus on those things.


A Team Of Professionals

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