Successful people and teams have one thing in common: focus. Great sports figures recall hours of training. Artists struggle through hours of trial and error while they hone their craft. To be successful, each has to bring a focus to their practice.
Focus demands that teams and organizations do a few things very well instead of trying to do everything possible. Focusing on what matters and ignoring what’s merely interesting leads to extraordinary success.
Dr. Mitch Owen spent his career facilitating hundreds of teams and organizations toward their strategic future. He’s distilled that experience to create the Focus on What Matters™ leadership development program. Using real life issues, the training helps leaders understand the questions they need to ask to help groups move to focused action.
Focusing on what matters helps teams and organizations direct their energies to areas with the highest return. It is also a component for The Elusive Leadership™ system.
— Laura Perry-Johnson, Southwest District Extension Director, University of Georgia