In a world of chaotic, unexpected, and unplanned change, it is the rapid learners and adaptive leaders whose teams' will achieve and maintain a competitive advantage – a Chaos Advantage.
Chaos Advantage: The advantage goes to the organization who embraces uncertainty and turns chaos into opportunity.
We help clients navigate chaos by leveraging organizational curiosity to:
1) Adapt at the speed of learning
2) Move away from "me" and into "we"
3) Help team performance drive better business performance
The pace of change today is as fast as it has ever been, but not as fast as it ever will be. To stay relevant amidst the chaos of today, companies must compete at the speed of adaptability but adapt at the speed of learning.Jeff Boss, Co-Founder, Author, Forbes Contributor, Former Navy SEAL
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What our clients say
“Spencer was consistently a facilitator of healthy, effective communication and clearly worked hard to establish and maintain alignment. He demonstrated an excellent and unique ability to lead a group of strong-willed professionals towards a unified and effective approach.”
Matt PopkesVP of Strategy, eROI
“I have had plenty of coaches in my life but Jeff is the first one who balances asking questions with simply telling you the truth. Sometimes you need to find your way and sometimes you need a kick in the arse; Jeff can do both. His active listening and empathy never come across as contrived or conflicted. I have reached new heights in my life, personally and professionally, I like to think a good part of that success is due to Jeff Boss.”
Rich B.Principal, Private Equity & Strategy Consulting
“Spencer is a born leader with an unstoppable passion for self-growth and development. Spencer would be an immense asset to any organization looking for an intelligent and driven leader.”
Zach ZilchBusiness Development Leader, Amazon
Brent H.Senior Vice President, Johnson Financial Group
My first tough decision came when I decided to join the Navy. After all, this wasn’t a decision that could be reversed the next day if I changed my mind, so having a decision making process was key. This was a four year decision that I had to be QUITE certain about before taking the leap into the “unknown”…
Even the most diligent and knowledgeable of professionals is bound to fall for some half-truths, misinformation or downright bad advice throughout the course of their career. While novice and entry-level employees are generally more susceptible to these pitfalls than those who are veterans in their field, nobody is exempt from receiving wrong information.
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