Success Has A Formula:
Performance = Potential - Interference
The Championship Dynamics System uses this formula to transform our client's expression so they can reach new levels of performance and success for a lasting impression. Each person, each team, and each organization holds an amazing potential for success, and often times our own interference prevents us from turning mighty potential into mighty performance. Our primary tools for applying this formula are Systems Thinking, specific assessments designed to reveal expression and impression, and mapping.
All organizations, teams, and individuals exist within systems. The key to reducing interference is to understand where in the system the interference originates and then to say hello to it, welcome it, and learn from it.
Within every system there are leverage points and structural conflicts. Leverage points act as gas pedals in the system, allowing those who see them and use them to speed to new levels of performance when taken advantage of. Structural conflicts act as brake pedals, slowing progress down, sometimes to a grinding halt. Championship Dynamics works with clients to identify and resolve the structural conflicts that interfere with their maximum success and to amplify the leverage points.
We are all busy people. That is why Dr. Bryan has searched the globe looking for meaningful assessments that cut to the heart of expression. The three she likes to use are The Leadership Circle Profile, The Team Assessment from The Table Group, and an Emotional Quotient (EQ) assessment.
Mapping is a unique system dynamics tool that reveals hidden patterns and unseen connections that allow for faster change and championship results. Mapping enables clients to see a challenge differently, finding unique leverage points, discovering hidden solutions, and acknowledging possible barriers to success.
Call us today at 336.275.9897 to see how the success formula combined with The Championship Dynamics System can transform your expression for a lasting impression!
Success Formula Credit to Tim Gallwey in the Inner Game of Tennis