Dallas, TX (PRWEB) February 26, 2008
Bustin & Co. (http://www.bustin.com) will host an all-day workshop led by Greg Bustin on Friday, April 11, in Dallas for CEOs, owners, partners and leadership teams to provide them with proven, practical solutions to address their biggest performance challenges.
Bustin recently surveyed 200 business leaders and asked them to name their biggest performance challenges. The top three responses were 1) Gaining buy-in among the leadership team on corporate priorities, 2) Following through to execute the company's business plan, and 3) Driving accountability throughout the organization.
"CEOs and leadership teams that I work with want to know the steps they can take now to raise performance and protect their companies in a downturn," said Bustin. "This workshop will answer many questions leaders are asking as they watch economic growth slow, competition intensify and profits shrink."
The workshop offers leaders and leadership teams:
- A quick assessment of their organization's current performance
- How to attain and sustain buy-in throughout your organization
- Where to find increased revenue, profitability and productivity
- A set of tools for driving accountability and sustaining improved performance
- Bustin's newest book, Lead The Way, which provides a step-by-step process for improving performance
The workshop costs $395 per leader, and $345 for each subsequent leader from the same organization. Seating is limited to 24 people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Greg Bustin leads a group of successful CEOs committed to improving their performance, and within the last six months has presented private workshops to 26 CEO groups throughout the U.S.
What others say about Greg Bustin and his process for improving performance:
"Greg provides a concise, practical guide along with proven processes that prompt leaders to ask critical questions and challenge themselves to improve individual and organizational performance," said David E. Alexander, Vice Chair, Ernst & Young LLP
"Greg offers a thorough step-by-step process for planning, for gaining insight and follow-through which will lead to an organization's success," said Ebby Halliday, Chairman, Ebby Halliday REALTORS
"Greg's process helped a group of professionals from different perspectives agree on the major areas we needed to focus on to achieve our desired outcomes. The simplicity and clarity for moving forward have already provided faster and better results than the previous plan," said John Palms, CEO, Bibbentucker's.
For more information about the workshop or to register visit http://www.bustin.com/events.html.