Mastering Profit-ABILITY: The Three “Pillars” that Drive Your Bottom Line

Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015
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Time: 2:00 p.m. (ET) / 1:00 p.m. (CT) / 12:00 p.m. (MT) / 11:00 a.m. (PT)
Length: 60 minutes
Fee: Free
Speaker: Gene Morton, Author, "Leaders First: Six Bold Steps to Sustain Breakthroughs in Construction”  
  Susan Hasty, Principle, 360 Profit Masters
Category: AQC   
We are living in times of rapid change.  New technology, the lack of skilled labor and continued pressure on margins, coupled with the uptick in business opportunities is creating a new set of challenges for  many construction business leaders. Companies that aren’t prepared could actually implode.  

Gaining insight of how to best manage growth and change will be the difference between success and failure.  Allocating and optimizing resources to drive the greatest results and volume; the ability to “scale”, is, increasingly, become the differentiator.

This webinar will explain the foundational components that make up a company’s business model, define what is becoming essential to building a “Results based Culture” and internal reporting system that, when aligned, is the catalyst for improving a businesses’ ability to sustain profits consistently in a changing world.   

Taught by a CPA/ CFO and a Human Capital Specialist, this webinar provides new and unique insight that will change how you see your business today and provide actionable steps you can take tomorrow to ensure success.  

  • Increase awareness of how alignment of your business model, performance management and reporting system impact profits, performance and scalability  
  • Provides tools to evaluate your existing business model, culture and internal reports to identify what improvements will make the greatest impact 
  • Share steps to design an implementation system for change
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Gene Morton is a Colorado-based organization development consultant and multi-award winning author. He specializes in the design and development of leadership structures. His clients are leaders in for-profit, governmental and not-for-profit organizations.

Gene is a lifelong learner. His M.A. in Industrial Psychology is supplemented with years of training in leadership and organization development through the NTL Institute Program for Specialists in Organization Development and the Center for Creative Leadership among others. He is most curious about the dynamic influence leaders have on one another, their teams and their organization's performance.

His published articles have appeared in Proceedings of the Organization Development Network, Non-Profit World and the Training and Development Journal.

Mastering the dynamics of organized, collaborative leadership execution is his passion. Over the past 35 years, he’s consulted with more than 100 projects with 85 organizations who were engaged in complex merger, leadership turnaround and system redesign projects. As a student of organization behavior, these engagements led him to a deep appreciation of how leadership structure blocks as well as inspires leaders, groups and individual contributors at all levels.

While advising and facilitating leaders in construction, healthcare, and insurance as well as the public sector organizations, he is ever searching for new insights into what makes leaders effective. He enjoys sharing what he has learned through his consulting, training and writing.

Gene brings a pragmatic compassion to his consulting engagements and understands how leaders can manage, managers can lead and what makes them all perform at their best, alone and together.

 Susan Hasty has over 26 years of experience as a successful business owner and business coach. She has taught and facilitated numerous workshops to students and professionals in a diverse range of topics including business model design, commercial finance and real estate investing. 

A lifelong student of human capital strategy, she is a certified Strategic HR Business Partner (sHRBP) offered by the Human Capital Institute, the leading organization in the new science of strategic talent management and development.  Susan advises companies on how to streamline their business model for improved performance; designs implementation plans for employee engagement and collaboration initiatives and facilitates group training events. 

Susan and Stan strive to ensure their presentations are useful, insightful, as well as entertaining. Together, they empower attendees and clients to identify incremental changes that lead to big results.