Learning Resources and Tools For Growth
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  • "Verne's Rockefeller Habits has provided us with the focus and discipline to ensure consistent growth whilst providing a framework to maintain and energise our corporate culture."

    -TRENT BROWN, CEO, Ezypay
  • "Verne's One Page Strategic Plan has provided Silver Chef Limited with a road map to develop and execute our objectives and thereby grow our profit by more than a compound 23% per year since listing on the ASX."

    -CHARLES GREGORY, CEO, Silver Chef Limited
  • "I am honoured to have attended Verne’s first seminar in Australia in 2005 with my team. It was the most important step in our organisation’s history and was the catalyst for us tripling our revenue since that time. We have keenly embraced all of the Rockefeller habits and remain Verne’s avid followers."

    -ALLAN McKEOWN, CEO, Prosperity Adviser
Drive your business further with Verne Harnish’s top 10 tips
So, what’s the number one thing you need to do to move your business forward? Decide what you need to do then follow these 10 tips from Harnish to stay focused:
Five fail-safe leadership lessons from Liz Wiseman
Are you inspired, motivated and do you give your all at work? Do you inspire and motivate others to give their all at work? Liz Wiseman, author and business management expert, helped Growth Summit ’15 delegates discover what it takes. “The best leaders are leaders who use their intelligence to provoke intelligence in others,” says Wiseman. It’s the premise of her book, Multipliers.
Four things a rookie does best and 6 ways to become one
When Liz Wiseman, author of Multipliers and Rookie Smarts, chose a member of the Growth Summit ’15 audience and asked him to hold the other end of a rubber band and then stretch, the front row winced. The instructions were to stretch almost to breaking point, without snapping the rubber band. It was a test of willingness and risk-taking. One man covered his ears. He could imagine the sting against the skin if the rubber band did break – even the back row audience members held their breath.