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Stephen Lynch  

Award-Winning Author, Strategic Plan Facilitator, President at RESULTS.com

Stephen Lynch is the author of the award-winning book; “Business Execution for RESULTS – A practical guide for leaders of small to mid-sized firms”. The book was judged Winner in the “Management” category of the 2014 Small Business Book Awards in the USA. He’s also had articles on strategy and management published in The Economist magazine. Fun fact: Stephen was Mr. New Zealand bodybuilding champion in 1993.

As a consultant, Stephen Lynch has personally consulted with hundreds of companies in the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, assisting them with strategic planning, business execution, and management best practices.

As a speaker, Stephen has delivered keynote presentations, webinars, and training workshops for tens of thousands of business leaders around the world.

As President of RESULTS.com, Stephen has obtained unique insights into the day to day operations of thousands of small-medium sized growth firms around the world. He has seen what really works (and what doesn’t) in terms of strategic planning, business execution, goal setting, tracking performance, running effective meetings, holding employees accountable, and how to coach and improve poor performance.

To save you from spending several lifetimes trying to figure it all out for yourself, you can access powerful (and often counterintuitive) insights in his keynote presentations and client workshops.

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Strategic planning, business execution, goal setting, tracking performance, running effective meetings, holding employees accountable, and how to coach and improve poor performance

Modern Management - Managing people for better performance. What works in the real world (and what doesn’t)

Many leaders struggle to hold their people accountable. Projects and tasks frequently fall overdue, or Metrics/KPIs are not reaching the desired performance standard. What should you do when this happens? How do you have those tough conversations with your team? What is the best way to motivate your people to perform to their potential? Topics covered include:

  • Get your strategy right first
  • The proven way to set goals that will really motivate your people
  • How to hold people accountable for performance
  • How to praise your people the right way
  • How to coach and manage a team member who is struggling
  • Why most incentive schemes don’t work

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