Effectively navigating teams through challenges can be difficult when times are tough. Unstable conditions, and extraordinary, constant performance pressure, paired with limited resources create work environments that impact thinking and block transformation needed for growth.
I’m Michael Papanek and I empower leaders to drive performance to new heights without getting trapped in sticky behavior patterns that suppress growth. I equip them with structured frameworks and practical tools that enable them to achieve results that before had seemed unachievable.
Develop a deep-rooted, rock-solid and long lasting success formula for accelerating the development of high-performing teams.
of leaders agree that their organization’s culture is critical to business success (PWC) but only 35% feel their culture is being effectively managed
of leaders think that leadership has a high priority for their organizations, but only half (41%) of them acknowledged that their organizations were “ready or very ready to meet their leadership requirements (Deloitte)
Reason for resisting change is due to past failed change efforts and change fatigue (PWC), #2 Reason is that they don’t feel involved in the process
The best teams are able to see their own team dynamic clearly, discuss their dynamic openly and change their dynamic whenever they need to. To enable them to do that they need effective frameworks that give them new ways to see and understand their own team and know what changes to make to improve their results.
Transform your organization with powerful frameworks for leadership and teamwork.
“As my executive coach, Michael taught me about human dynamics, team leadership, presentation and communication skill advancement. In leadership training, he did a lot to help my team mature in similar areas. I give my highest recommendation to Michael Papanek.”
“Hi, I’m Michael, and I work with experienced leaders who want to reach the next level and “solve the unsolvable” by sharing frameworks which unlock high performance, support sustained behavior change and create better work relationships.”