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The 10-80-10 Principle®

The 10-80-10 Principle® is a framework that allows you to increase your performance and results by focusing your energy and efforts on highest yielding activities. The Principle was created by Sunjay Nath and it help individuals and teams operate at a dynamic level.

Every person or group already exhibits behaviors that are Top 10 (percent) – those behaviors that lead to high performance and achievement. What people lack is the knowledge to consistently operate at that dynamic Top 10 level. The 10-80-10 Principle® rewards and grows Top 10 behaviors and eliminates Bottom 10 actions.

Engaging Hands on, Sunjay Nath works with the audience to identify their Top and Bottom 10 and then A.C.T. with the 10-80-10 Principle® to create greater performance levels in their lives, or within the organization. The 10-80-10 Principle® is sought after around the globe by businesses and organizations through Keynotes, Workshops, Coaching and on a Consulting basis.

The Number One Thing That Holds Us Back

This workshop builds part of the foundation to the 10-80-10 Principle®. If we acknowledge the way our personal bias forms our opinions and biases, we can easily be trapped by our own limiting beliefs.

The goal of this session is to help move people from Impossible to Possible. This is done by bringing to surface some of the ways our own assumptions lead to our personal biases. Once we are aware of this, we can learn to question the rules and boundaries, which are often self-imposed. By questioning the barriers and re-approaching from a different perception we can make what was once impossible, possible.

From the Platform

This is an experiential approach to improving Speaking Skills. The From the Platform workshop focuses on four main components of effective presentations; basics, rules, content and application with an experiential approach. Participants will be given exercises to practice and enhance their presentations skills throughout the sessions.

Program Philosophy

Programming and training is delivered in four different methods:

  1. Consulting
  2. Keynote Presentations
  3. Workshops
  4. Coaching

What is Consulting?

Consulting is a complete program comprised of the other elements. A complete corporate leadership training program has the following components:

  • Opening keynote –kick off
  • Assessments and Interviews (with each participant)
  • Coaching
  • Workshops
  • Observation (with coaching)
  • Certification (upon successful completion)

Our consulting services are for organizations that are looking for a complete end-to-end solution focusing on improving performance and leadership within the organization. We are very selective of the organizations we work with in order to achieve maximum results.

A consulting program is a combination of the other delivery methods with an overarching strategic focus. Consulting programs run between several months and several years.


What are Keynotes Presentations?

The purpose of a keynote speaker is to provide the audience with healthy dose of inspiration. Keynotes speakers leave the audience feeling refreshed and excited about taking on new challenges and an overall philosophy for approaching work. They usually run between 45-75 minutes and audience size can range from 20-10,000 members.


What are Workshops?

Workshops are more hands on in their approach giving participants the opportunity to internalize the content by actively doing rather than just passively watching. Audience sizes are limited with a maximum of 50 participants in the room to foster a greater level of interaction. Workshops typically run as either half day, full day or two day programs.


What is Coaching?

Coaching is a way to help people learn more quickly from their experiences. Coaches understand what the people they are coaching are trying to achieve and the context, and they guide a process of reflection and meaning making to determine future action.


The Ontario Society of Nutrition Management

23th September