• Learn to think in terms of the highest possibilities instead of merely solving problems.
• See and eliminate the self-inflicted inhibitors that create fear and negative energy - what you'll find may shock you.
• Align all the organization's energy and focus it on the chosen possibilities. It's the lack of alignment between departments and functions that causes the most damage to performance and profitability. The organization with the most aligned energy always wins.
Here's the unavoidable truth. "Problems" are always about the past so if people are focused on solving problems and putting out fires that's a sure sign your organization is stuck in its own trap. "Possibilities" are always focused on the future. Only a focus on possibilities will move your organization to the highest place of profitability, innovation, collaboration and more. That's not hard to do but it requires leaving old Newtonian, mechanistic, fear-driven thinking behind.
The entire universe functions on the basis of energy and so does your organization. The more you see and act on those energetic principles, the greater, faster and more thrilling your success. This is the new frontier for organizations eager to break out from the pack. And that's what Ian's work is all about! Everything he does for you will be uniquely based on your energy and your possibilities. That explains why you won't see a list of canned one-size -fits-all presentations.
In these peculiar days there's only one question worth asking: "What is Possible?" This is the man who will help you find and act on the answer.
An organizational psychologist and Possibility Coach, Ian works repeatedly with most sectors in many parts of the world. And he can engage an audience like few others!
Successful Meetings magazine declared him "One of the top 21 speakers for the 21st century" and he has the rare honor of induction into both the US and Canadian Speaker Halls of Fame. Ian's written seven books, challenging how we define "leadership" as well as taking a huge swipe at the typical approach to corporate vision.
Ian has both US and Canadian citizenship and lives in Scottsdale, Arizona where he has an interest in Quarter horses since his golf is pathetic.