A Simple Secret for Solving Complex Problems

Our information and training allows groups of coworkers, volunteers or committee members to operate beyond the invisible envelope of limitations within which they commonly work and to which they have become resigned.

Robert Bystrom here.

Are you a profit or non-profit business leader frustrated by your people’s lack of motivation?                           

  • Are the members of your company performing below their potential as a coordinated team?

  • Are you spending too much of your time monitoring performance?

  • Do you experience breakdowns between people and departments despite training and programs already in place?

If you answer yes to one or more of the above, then I have a solution which might make all the difference in the world.

Sign-up below with your name and email and I will send you a FREE Special Report:

“How the Secret Power of Questions Can Increase Motivation and Productivity” – loaded with practical information about how to increase the effectiveness of any work team.

My clients are business owners, executives and others with bottom-line responsibilities who have run into a “glass ceiling” in their organization’s productivity.  These people are skilled, accomplished professionals who nonetheless feel a sense of frustration over their inability to tap more effectively and consistently the potential of the people in their organization.

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A simple secret

What did Einstein, Galileo, Madame Currie and Buckminster Fuller know that could help you transform your organization’s ability to solve your most challenging problems?   What is not so well-known that all highly productive thinkers have in common?

More importantly, how might their secret help save you time and money and increase retention of your best employees and volunteers?

So, what is the secret?

The secret is that productive thinkers are perpetually obsessed with questions. You may wonder what the big deal is because you ask questions all the time.  Right?

The truth is that modern culture has too often led us to be obsessed with getting the right answerFor this reason, education about how best to form a question to uncover the most useful answers has typically been undervalued.

Without this practical information, leaders everywhere unwittingly squander their most valuable resources.  The resources I am referring to are not materials, factories and finances which produce their products, but the pooled intelligence and good will of their employees.

Now you can access tools that can give you the advantage of the power of questions—not only for accessing your personal capacity for intelligence, but more importantly for accessing the geometrical, collective capacity of the teams, companies and organizations you lead.

I can teach you a step-by-step technique to open previously unavailable levels of collaborative problem solving.

After more than a decade of using this technique with executive design teams, small business staffs, student parliaments, ad hoc community associations, conferences and couples and families, I am confident you, too, could benefit.  

I can teach you a simple, flexible tool which can be adapted for one-on-one meetings, planning sessions, product development, resource locating, and priority setting–for any occasion when two or more heads would be better than one.

Sign-up below with your name and email to receive your FREE Special Report:

“How the Secret Power of Questions Can Increase Motivation and Productivity” – loaded with practical information about how to increase the effectiveness of any work team.


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