You have many choices regarding business operating systems and must find the right fit for your business and culture. So, what makes PureDirection’s framework stand out? First and foremost, we never ever tell you how to run your business. Secondly, our framework is expansive, flexible, relevant, and deep.
Where other systems’ toolsets are limited, we continuously add tools that fit our high standards to serve our clients. You can be certain that we’ve got a tool and resources available for every situation.
Where other systems are rigid, we flex because we understand that one size does not fit all. You can feel confident that your company’s rhythm and culture will coalesce with this framework.
Where other systems become dated quickly, we work hard to ensure we’re learning and growing as thinking changes. You can be sure you’re always getting the best of what’s available.
Where other systems focus on the surface level of a tool and move on, we dig deep and spend the time to make sure change happens. You will be able to go as deep as you need for as long as you need.
Get the right people on the team, build a compelling vision, bring that vision to the ground, and execute with consistency.
Building the right team requires we have great people. Having great people is two things – Right people, Right seats. You’ve heard this phrase before. Jim Collins made this term very popular in his book, Good to Great.
“Right people” simply means that they’re people that fit our culture – they possess our Core Values. On the other side, “right seats”, means that they have the skill set and the unique ability to do the job and do the job well.
We always start with structure first, and people second. We will create the structure for your company using a Functional Accountability Chart, which will:
Helping you align to the right vision requires you to learn how to work “on” your business, not only in your business. We will discuss a context for leadership going forward, and teach you the characteristics of a strong leadership team. We also will spend time visualizing a great future for your company.
This is also about getting your entire leadership team 100% on the same page and helping you put the company first. It is your job as the leadership team to act with the greater good in mind.
Creating the right plan starts with you as a leadership team answering eight simple questions. To the degree I can get you to answer these questions in 100% agreement and on the same page, we then have a clear vision for your company.
Executing with consistency is the fourth segment of the framework. It is about going somewhere where few others have gone in your industry. It is about overcoming obstacles, making the hard decisions. It requires you to develop the ability to predict both in the short term and the long term by measuring the outcomes you want. By having a meeting cadence that focuses on strategy, being responsive rather than reactive, and solving business issues so they go away forever.
“Connie is an expert leader, coach, and facilitator. She asks the right questions and applies the right principles at the right time. At the same time, she is humble and an absolute pleasure to work with.”
“Connie came from a business ownership situation and taught us how to identify the root cause of our issues. Two years after working with Connie, we had our best year in the history of the company in terms of sales and net profit.”
“Connie is fantastic to work with, was indispensable in guiding us to become an effective company, and helped us navigate many demanding situations with exceptional integrity, wisdom, and trustworthiness.”