Barr Corporate Success
September 12, 2017
Krissi Barr (Cincinnati, OH)
Barr Corporate Success (Executive Coaching, Leadership Training, Strategic Planning & Implementation)
Author (with Dan Barr), The Fido Factor
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- What are the most common leadership flaws (and successful behaviors) you see in leaders today?
- Why is having a strategic plan such a key indicator of success?
- Given the critical need for leadership, what can executives do to attract, develop and retain future leaders?
- Given the pace of change and impact of technology, how can you exponentially grow sales regardless of size or product type?
- How do you focus your team to encourage higher-level performance?
- What steps can you take to reinvigorate your organization and drive innovation?
- What is it about dogs that make them such good leadership role models?
ABOUT THE BOOK
What could humans — and especially business professionals —possibly learn from dogs about leadership?
As it turns out, a lot.
The Fido Factor is a groundbreaking take on success that will get you barking up the right tree. It goes where no business book has gone before. That’s because dogs exude a leadership genius that can only come from domesticated quadrupeds with wet noses and expressive tails.
The Fido Factor’s core message is that dogs can motivate each of us to become a more effective leader at work. The four “Fido Factors” are:
- Faithful leaders earn the trust of their team and their customers by doing the right things and living up to their word.
- Inspirational leaders move people to do the meaningful and the extraordinary.
- Determined leaders combine perseverance with a dose of fearlessness to keep moving toward goals.
- Observant leaders are committed to taking in as much information as possible in order to make the best decisions.
This isn’t a cute little book about puppies and it won’t teach you how to beg. It’s a roadmap to leadership success with dogs as your guides. And it all adds up to a fresh take on leadership with insights that can have a profound impact on you as an individual and on your career as a leader.
So unleash your preconceived notions and get ready for some tail-wagging good ideas about becoming the best leader you can be. A quick read that’s sprinkled with humor, The Fido Factor is the perfect tool to help you — and your entire team — get a leg up at work.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
For over 15 years, Krissi Barr has helped businesses and individuals succeed. Her consulting firm has consistently delivered results working with everything from Fortune 50 companies to family businesses to start-ups. By focusing on strategy & execution, executive & team coaching, and leadership programs she’s sparked transformations that have produced long-term growth and profitability.
Krissi was featured in Inc. Magazine as one of the country’s top ten “super-efficient.” Every year many of her clients earn their way on Inc.’s 500/5000 list and several have been recognized on Best Places to Work lists. Krissi works with clients to ensure that time, talent and dollars are focused directly on achieving top initiatives. She converts strategy into practical action so the most important work gets accomplished and optimizes human and business capacities to create, implement and achieve.
Krissi helps her clients separate the daily distractions from the real issues to put companies and individuals on a growth trajectory. She helps leaders dust off hidden talents and ideas, remove obstacles to superior performance, and execute critical objectives. She has hands-on experience in many key sectors of the economy including manufacturing, technology, logistics, consumer goods, insurance, financial, and business services.
A dynamic public speaker, Krissi is a member of the Worldwide Association of Business Coaches, the Institute of Coaching Professionals, and CoachSource. Krissi has chaired or co-chaired over 30 non-profit events, served on more than 10 boards, is the recipient of numerous awards, helped bring a labyrinth to downtown Cincinnati and is an avowed dog lover.