"You can't fix a problem with the same mind that created it".
Keisha Rivers - Charlotte, North Carolina
You can solve problems in two ways--1) you can "fix" the problem; or 2) you can "develop" your people so THEY can fix the problem.
Einstein said it best when he said that "you can't fix a problem with the same mind that created it".
That's true of organizations and companies as well.
The same old way of doing things just doesn't work in new situations.
That's why we work with clients to provide a road map to success that not only focuses on solving their problems, but develops their people in ways that allows them to grow in the process.
The KARS Facilitated Outcome Model is a proven strategic outcomes-focused approach that engages teams and develops your people to think critically, work effectively and process efficiently to solve problems and achieve results.
We work with you to develop your vision of success (the outcome), map out an action plan, facilitate implementation, then assess and evaluate both progress and outcomes.
Change is a process--not an event. But if you don't have the right process, you won't get to the right destination in order to create the desired event.
Start your journey with us today. Visit http://www.karsgroup.com and let's talk.
By the way - I referred to Funky thinker Helen - Listen to this interview also