Bill Eckstrom I TEDxUniversityofNevada I Reno
Only in a state of discomfort do teams continually grow, and nobody has greater control over that growth than the "coach", otherwise referred to as a manager. And as a result of our on-going research, coupled with a passion for continual growth, EcSell knows how critical it is to inject “complexity” into our client work so growth is maximized and sustained. Through our unique coaching process, organizations can now quantify managerial performance knowing that coaching is no longer a soft skill.
Elite organizations are injecting complexity, or what we like to call a Catalytic Factor (C-Factor), by implementing EcSell's coaching process designed specifically for the coach, or manager.
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The first Growth Ring represents a low performing, or negative growth environment. It is understood by needing to follow too many steps, permissions and minutia that stifle creativity, independent thought or action.
Next to Stagnation is the most desirable environment, Order. Order is knowing what you do or what is happening in your environment leads to a predictable outcome, and predictability is what brings you comfort. But comfort, is what makes Order so dangerous.
Complexity is nothing more than changed Order, but when Order is changed outcomes are now unpredictable, and it is unpredictabilty that makes you uncomfortable. This discomfort can lead to sustained or exponential growth.
The last ring, Chaos, is being in a state of zero to no control of the inputs or outputs, otherwise thought of as being out of control or pure insanity. Almost no growth or development happens in this state of severe turmoil.
With an outpour of stories and amazing connections to the Talk, a group was formed to become the outlet for stories perpetuated by the connection made to the "Growth Rings." Participate in the group or merely read for enjoyment or inspiration. Either way, this group is for YOU. The one's ready to get #OutOfOrder.