RACE TEAM ORGANIZATIONAL CONSULTING
being champion. being one team.
WHERE TRUE COACHING, TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT HAPPEN.
An unmet opportunity exists in professional motocross to coach and consult a Race
Team as a High Performance Organization being ONE Team. I am out to realize that opportunity and accomplish breakthrough and expanding results with the entire team.
Through integrating both professional organizational consulting to the entire staff and professional motocross coaching to the racers collectively and individually.
Most of today’s race teams focus on providing the best motorcycles and equipment to their racers. The focus is creating a race winning motorcycle to win championships. The opportunity lies in relating to the race team as an organization and working as a whole to accomplish the mission at hand.
Like all organizations they start with an
intention or mission. The organization seeks out and hires people to fill certain positions of accountability to forward the action to realize the mission.
I bring my 20+ years of professional coaching and my 40+ years in transformational work with individuals, teams, and companies.
TEAM & ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
All the staff members have a certain skills and a past experience of culture from where they worked previously.
The culmination of the diverse staff and their past has an organizational culture arise. Sometimes the culture just happens and other times it gets created by a single influential leader or person of authority. The approach we will take is intentionally creating together with each and every member an intentional culture in which being a champion arises as well as unimaginable race results through each and every racer not merely one or two.
racers change throughout the years the race performance remains at
unprecedented and breakthrough results
There are two race team managers that have accomplished this kind of ongoing race performance, that is Roger DeCoster and Mitch Payton. Through decades of racing these team managers have realized more championships than any other. There is clearly something happening over there which is distinct from most race teams.
One thing that is obvious is they develop young riders who become champions. This development approach is what I have done in organizations through consulting and also in motocross coaching with individual racers. In both arenas my clients have realized breakthrough and unprecedented results in a short amount of time.
TO KNOW, ONE DOES NOT KNOW.
Now is the time to bring both consulting and coaching to a professional race team through being leaders and champions and make history!
Will you and your team be the one?
Organizational Consulting concerns itself with culture as it has a pervasive and
decisive power that determines what is possible, what is not possible, and how things are viewed and acted on.
Culture is the overall context for the organization and shapes every action, behavior, and creation inside of it. Many regard the culture as something like having ping-pong tables, making it a fun place to work or something that Human Resources deals with to increase morale.
Worse yet, many valuable resources and actions are used to attempt to get people to feel good, feel like they are valued, or feel like they are a part of the company.
Instead, we first identify what the current culture is, and every organization has a culture in which some things work, and some things do not. If the company is in business and successful, then obviously they have a culture that works otherwise they would not be in business.
We call this the default culture, one that was not intentionally created but
inherited, perhaps from the founder or an influential leader.
Culture is nothing more and nothing less than the network of conversation inside of an organization.
Identifying the conversations gives us a face to face look at the culture and what works and what does not.
We work with the entire staff to create new conversations that powerful and quickly alter what is possible.
We shift from having people feel a certain way and instead have each and everyone in the organization know themselves to make notable contributions and as a valuable an integral to the future of the organization.