Components of High Performance

Putting The Pieces Together



Program Overview


HPL's Components of High Performance, Putting the Pieces Together is a fun but very informative 1-day program designed to introduce teams to the necessary components to achieve high performance.  This program is for leaders and organizations that realize that they need to take a different approach to leading their organization to remain successful.  The old way of managing and leading, is becoming too difficult or just not as effective with new scale, growth, or projects, as it used to be.


HPL will conduct a micro-ogranizational assessment based on individual team member interviews and a go & see of the workplace to establish a baseline of the team or organizational culture, current challenges, and future threats and opportunities.  Following the assessment, there is a learning segment that provides an overview and explanation of the necessary and basic components of high performance.  To further develop the leaders practical understanding of the concepts, a simulation is conducted involving all participants.  Teams find the simulation is a lot of fun and see the concepts introduced in action!  Upon completion of the simulation, the team is anxious to get started.  HPL will facilitate the team through the initial steps demonstrating how to get started.  The leaders then make a commitment to each other as to what actions they will take back to their teams following the session.


This program is very applicable to all levels of individuals, teams and types of business such as office professions, health care, service, manufacturing operations, or distribution, etc. 


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Why you may need Leadership skills?


         Would you drive like this?

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We sure hope not!  Yet, some organizations manage their business with inadequate visibility of how they are doing, what the barriers to performance are, and leaders find themselves in constant crisis mode.


In these envirionments, leaders often complain of too many ineffective meetings, not having enough time with their teams, solving everyone elses problems, and not being able to look ahead.


Sound even somewhat familiar?


Components of High Performance, helps leaders and organizations identify their value proposition to their customers (internal or external), create key performance indicators or metrics to measure performance in this area, and introduces key management system concepts to visualize and establish a robust review cadence.










"10 out of 10!  I've taken some on-line courses from the Harvard School of Business and today was equally as valuable as those courses!"Daryl Happner


Daryl Happner

Manager, Enterprise Systems Support

Dream Unlimited


Looking to take your career to the next level? Our 2024 Development Program Schedule is your roadmap to success. Whether you're considering Components of High Performance or exploring other opportunities, having the schedule at your fingertips will help you plan ahead and make informed decisions about your leadership journey.


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Benefits of  Components of High Performance


  • Higher level of performance
  • Better focus on what's important & the priorities
  • Less fire fighting & crises
  • Shorter, more efficient meetings
  • Increased team engagement
  • Improved problem solving


To discuss your interest in this program, use the button below and select from the "Program" pull down menu selecting this program and we'll be in touch soon!







We develop leaders' skills and habits to achieve

High Performance Cultures.


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Transformational leaders are a critical component to engaging and motivating our humans. Through deliberate practice, we develop the skills of leaders and create alignment between them, the management system and your organization’s culture.