A Complete Suite of Apps To Continuously Engage Your Team In Getting What's Important DONE!
As the champion for better employee engagement, you need every tool available to connect people to purpose. Six Disciplines suite of performance management software apps make your job easier. Here's how:
Implement a clear 6 step process that makes clear how managers can be more effective in building stronger teams. The underlying principles are based on frequent and open communication as a group and one-on-one.
Making organizational performance improvement both transparent and accessible is proven to improve employee engagement, accelerate learning, and spot problems earlier.
Our dashboards give you easy access to the real-time performance management information you need to be both agile and action-oriented.
Have you ever experienced meeting or brainstorming sessions that seem to go on forever and get nothing accomplished?
Our RightPage app helps teams to get on the right page quickly and easily. It's simple, powerful, and it's FREE!
Watch the video, and get your RightPage app today!
Unlike normal 'todo' apps, our mobile Action Manager connects you with every plan, meeting, and responsibility you have in your organization.
Finally, you can be on top of the most important priorities wherever and whenever you need access to them.
Don't DREAD the annual review - replace it with something better!
Frequent check-ins provide people with continuous feedback, so annual check-ins can focus on the future, instead of trying to rehash the past.
You can finally have meaningful conversations about each person's development, and how their skills and capabilities can grow and be aligned within your organization's priorities.
With all of the pressures successful business leaders have today, none is more urgent or challenging than learning the ability to execute strategy. The thought-leading vision described by Gary Harpst in Six Disciplines® Execution Revolution sets a new course for how small and midsized businesses can finally confront the never-ending challenge of executing strategy.