Keynote Programs for Your Organization – How One Hour Can Transform the Way You Do Business!
As the leader of your organization, you are always conscious of your organization’s potential and the remarkable talents possessed by your workers or team players. In fact, it often leaves you in doubt why your organization is not functioning at an optimum level as expected.
However, individuals involved in growing businesses and corporate organizations often run into the same fundamental challenges of work-related stress, lack of job satisfaction, and a steady decline in overall productivity as a result of time and energy suckers.
If you are affected by any of the above conditions, then it’s time for a change and Sunjay Nath can help!
All these and lots more require the expertise and professional services of Sunjay Nath. A seasoned Hall of Fame Keynote Speaker who has positively impacted many lives and has addressed over 2000 live audiences which include over one million students, as well as several business professionals since 1995.
Sunjay is committed to helping transform individuals, businesses, and corporate organizations for optimum yield and productivity. He achieves this objective by delivering in-depth, personalized, and interactive keynote presentations for conferences, events, and organizations.
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Dance in the rain. Have a snowball fight. Watch a hail storm from your porch. Even the most dismal weather can be beautiful—if you let it take on beauty. You can’t always get the weather you like, but you can always like the weather you get.
Sunjay Nath travels globally sharing insights on leadershipand performance. He is best known for his trademark, “The 10-80-10 Principle” which is a framework that helps individuals and teams improve performance. This methodology combines best practices with small wins to help people empower themselves.
The framework is the synthesis of years of studying many different business models and philosophies and then distilling them into a very simple and easy to apply framework. Some of the concepts it compasses include The Pareto Principle (The 80/20 Rule), The Gallop Research that was used in the writing of “Now Discover Your Strengths”, Sir Isaac Newton’s Laws of Motion and Jack Welch’s concept, Differentiation.
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THE ULTIMATE SOLUTION!
Most organizations have talented teams that genuinely want what is best for the business. Nonetheless, the problem is team members feel the impossible task of continually trying to get more done with the same and often fewer resources. Teams already possess the knowledge and skills to move forward, and they do not need to reinvent the wheel or even learn new skills.
Sunjay aims to address this lingering challenge by teaching his specially designed performance framework that helps refocus on organizational strengths. Teams can now improve performance while lowering stress and increasing job satisfaction.
Building a strong business culture can be done by understanding and applying the 10-80-10 principle, which can be learned in as little as an hour. Significantly, time is an essential non-renewable resource, and if wasted can never be regained. Pick your battles wisely and hire Sunjay for a special keynote program today!
The 10-80-10 is a practical framework developed by Sunjay following years of research. This principle allows you to increase your performance and results by focusing your energy and efforts the highest productive activities.
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