EricSchleien Posted May 14, 2017 Share Posted May 14, 2017 Hello, I don't speak much on this board but I do listen. This board has some of the most brilliant minds in the investing world. I am currently looking for your help on a project for those of you who this would apply to. I am one of the few people in the world trained to lead the Tribal Leadership work which was developed by my colleague and mentor John King. Companies that stabilize their culture to what is called Stage 4, it's been shown that performance at those companies improve by a factor of 3-5x within 24 months. Having a background in value investing, I contacted the author and got trained in his work. I was able to pick it up rather quickly due to almost 10 years of having a coaching background. So here is where I am currently at: 1) I have a spreadsheet of companies that have been underperforming as well as a list of their major shareholders. 2) I will be calling the shareholders and seeing if they would be interested in some help and bringing me in to implement this work and answer all their questions 3) If they say yes and I feel I have enough votes to have either myself or colleagues of mine to get on the board I will do that. 4) I am also looking to talk to large shareholders here of smaller companies who either own shares of a company that is struggling or a company that is doing okay and wanting to take their game to the next level. I am attaching a video of my colleague John doing a keynote on this work. It's a VERY tip of the iceberg view but it should give people enough initial information to inquire more: The presentation starts at 17:35: http://www.mindsuitemetrics.com/culture-map-presentation If you want to see the data behind a lot of this stuff you can then watch my colleague and partner Wayne Clancy on his statistical work on culture. If you wish to inquire or know someone that may be a good fit, let's chat privately. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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