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A Pitstop for Breakfast

Pitstop Breakfast Briefing with John O'Gorman

Where: UCD Smurfit Executive Development, Blackrock Campus
When: Wednesday 5th September 2018, Registration 7.30am, Talk 8am sharp

‌All welcome but booking necessary: Email ruth.duffy@ucd.ie

Overview
Most teams perform at just 61% of their full potential according to data collected across 47 markets and 12 industries

What % of your business development team’s full potential is presently being optimised?
Why is so much potential underdeveloped?
And more importantly what can be done about it?

This is the subject-matter which will be explored at our breakfast briefing, led by one of UCD Smurfit Executive Development's faculty leads, John O’Gorman whose applied research into 900+ teams in some of the world’s largest organisations delivers challenging insights.

Inspired by the performance obsessed arena of F1™, John O’Gorman will share a results focused model PitStop to Perform ® which allows one to:
• Scientifically assess the performance potential of business units and teams
• Systematically exploit the next 5%, 10%, 15% of full potential Performance Gains
• Tackle any barriers, Performance Losses preventing business units/teams spending more time in the Zone of Peak Performance™.




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