Jim Huling

Speaker, Coach & Author

  • Jim Huling`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Jim Huling`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Georgia, USA

  • Jim Huling`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Jim Huling`s U.S. Speaking Fee

    $10,001 - $20,000

  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Georgia, USA

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The Execution Challenge

Why is this harder than it ought to be? For most leaders the hardest aspect of their career will be the challenge of driving a key initiative or objective that requires a change in people’s behavior.

 

The Whirlwind

Understanding the inherent difficulty of executing on strategic priorities in the face of a whirlwind of distractions and the urgency of “day-to-day” operation.

The Strategy Map

Execution doesn’t like complexity: Before diving into the disciplines, this give participants a framework for organizing their strategic direction. o Where should you apply the 4 Disciplines? This exercise give participants contextual model for knowing where to, and where ...

Execution doesn’t like complexity: Before diving into the disciplines, this give participants a framework for organizing their strategic direction. o Where should you apply the 4 Disciplines? This exercise give participants contextual model for knowing where to, and where not to, apply the 4 disciplines of execution.

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Where should you apply the 4 Disciplines?

This exercise give participants contextual model for knowing where to, and where not to, apply the 4 disciplines of execution. • Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important: o Less is more: How the law of diminishing returns effects any leader ...

This exercise give participants contextual model for knowing where to, and where not to, apply the 4 disciplines of execution.

Discipline 1: Focus on the Wildly Important:

o Less is more: How the law of diminishing returns effects any leader and why this disciplines is easy to understand, but difficult to apply.

o From Concept to Target: The rules for translating strategic intent into the fewest executable targets at the front-line of the organization.

Discipline 2: Act on the Lead Measures

o Leverage: How to identify those measures that can be “influenced” by your team AND are also “predictive” of goal achievement.

o Progress: How to use Lead Measures to unlock the power of progress.

Discipline 3: Keep a Compelling Scoreboard

o Engagement: People play different when they are keeping score. How to use the scoreboard to move FROM targets (lead and lag measures) TO a winnable game.

o Player Scoreboard: Leaders are used to “coaches” scoreboards, and those have a value. In discipline 3 they learn the power of creating “players” scoreboards”.

Discipline 4: Create a Cadence of Accountability

o Game On: Discipline 1, 2 and 3 give you a formula for creating a winnable game. Discipline is how you play it. This is the weekly process that allows the team to put force against leverage.

o High-Stake Game: The higher the stakes, the higher the engagement. Creating a high-stake game has more to do with how the game is played, than how it’s launched. In Discipline 4 the leader learns how to keep the accountability and intensity high.

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About Keynote Speaker Jim Huling

About Speaker Jim Huling…

Jim Huling is the Managing Consultant for FranklinCovey’s 4 Disciplines of Execution. In this role, Jim is responsible for the 4 Disciplines methodology, teaching methods, and the quality of delivery worldwide. Jim also regularly leads large-scale engagements, including the 4DX implementation for Marriott Hotels, Kroger, Ritz-Carlton, and a number of large hospitals. He is a sought-after keynote speaker for events ranging from senior executive sessions to audiences in the thousands.

Jim’s career spans over three decades of corporate leadership, from FORTUNE 500 organizations to privately-held companies, including serving as CEO of a company recognized as one of the “25 Best Companies to Work for in America.” Prior to joining FranklinCovey, Jim was one of the first leaders to adopt The 4 Disciplines of Execution and used it to drive performance for almost five years. This experience enabled him to significantly enhance the methods by which the 4 Disciplines are taught and implemented around the world.

Jim’s teams have won national awards for customer service excellence, business ethics, and an out-standing culture, as well as numerous local and regional awards as a workplace of choice. Jim’s personal awards also include being selected for the Turknett Leadership Character Award recognizing CEO’s who demonstrate the highest standards of ethics and integrity.

Jim holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Alabama, a degree in Music from Birmingham-Southern College, and serves on the boards of several local organizations, as well as the Siegel Institute for Leadership, Ethics, and Character.

Jim is most proud of his wonderful marriage of over thirty years to his sweetheart, Donna, being Dad to two phenomenal adults, Scott and Sarah, and “Papa” to his three grandkids. He holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt in tae kwon do and is an avid runner, backpacker, and white-water rafter.

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