What drives High Performance at this Billion Dollar Company?
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Within a short span of time, this company has become a leading player in the global market. They are now the World’s 4th largest producer and India’s largest producer of a unique type of resin. It is part of a $3 billion family-owned, professionally managed business group, with market leadership in diverse businesses including Industrial Gases, Refrigerants, Chemicals, Cryogenic Engineering, Renewable Energy, and Entertainment. This Group employs more than 9,000 people in 150 business units across India. They enjoy a market leadership position in six different sectors with a distribution network spread across 50 countries around the globe. Each Group company is characterized by three distinct characteristics – early identification of a winning business idea, building it to a size of market leadership in that segment, and attaining a profit leadership position.
Driven by the principle of conservative aggression, their dynamic corporate team meticulously identifies and plans new projects and growth opportunities, which, once selected, are aggressively implemented by a professional management team.
In pursuit of its aggressive growth and to further strengthen its professional management team, I was called on to facilitate a 2-day workshop on “Executive & Life Coaching” at their plant in Dahej, Gujarat, India.
Coaching unlocks potential, maximizes performance, and accelerates personal/ professional growth.
“You can either waste a lot of time, money and effort working it out for yourself or you can invest in a business coach.”
– Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group that controls more than 400 companies
Everyone needs a coach!
Jack Dorsey started Twitter at the age of 29 and in a short span of 7 years transformed it into a $ 28 Billion Business. Square, which makes the device that turns a smartphone into a credit/debit card machine, grew into a $ 3.3 Billion business in just 3 years. The impact of these two companies in today’s world is enormous. Being at the helm, Dorsey’s leadership traits are attributed to leading by example and being an excellent coach.
Leaders not only benefit personally from coaching, they can also become internal coaches and help build & coach high-performance teams. Exponential growth becomes the de-facto standard in such companies.
To sum up, Coaching helps to –
- Strengthen on-the-job performance
- Focus on accelerating business & personal growth
- Assess strengths & areas for improvement
- Create & execute “custom roadmap” to achieve results
- Discover & practice new business skills
- Resolve situational roadblocks that may emerge along the way
- Motivate & Manage high-performance teams
- Build a culture of mutual respect
If Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Marc Benioff, Sachin Tendulkar, Oprah Winfrey, Mother Teresa, Tiger Woods, Serena Williams, Novak Djokovic, Plato and Aristotle all had a coach who helped them reach a pinnacle of success, we need a coach too!
PepsiCo’s CEO Indra Nooyi once said, “If I hadn’t had mentors, I wouldn’t be here today. I’m a product of great mentoring, great coaching.”
Now that you know why some of the World’s greatest CEOs, athletes, leaders & artists deliver high