DYNAMIC FOCUS is Released
Individuals, companies and organizations can become spellbound by ingrained ways of thinking that aren't accurate, because they are based on faulty assumptions and unrealistic expectations. Like a funhouse mirror, these mental traps, or spells, distort reality and restrict growth. Spells are dangerous roadblocks limiting people and organizations from realizing their potential, achieving success, fulfilling their core purpose and creating a legacy.
Authors and leadership consultants Wayne S. Gerber and Robert E. (Dusty) Staub II outline an elegantly effective five-step process for identifying, breaking and moving beyond these spells in their new leadership book, Dynamic Focus: Creating Significance & Breaking the Spells of Limitation.
Dynamic Focus helps people bring the long-term impact of their lives into clear resolution. The authors have crafted a unique understanding of the interrelationships between human physiology, emotions and behaviors. The result is a proven, powerfully effective approach to legacy-oriented living.
Their book unifies the concepts of transactional and transformational leadership in a powerful five-step continuous improvement process called the Dynamic Development Cycle that guides people and organizations in achieving measurable success and creating a legacy of meaning, purpose and results. Dynamic focus is the ultimate in mental flexibility. It involves being able to switch from transactional thinking to transformational thinking and back again, as necessary.
The authors collectively have guided people and organizations through leadership challenges in their personal and professional lives for more than 40 years. Dynamic Focus captures the essence of their professional experiences. They teach this approach in their Advanced Leadership Development Program through Staub Leadership International and also use it in their customized consulting work.
In Dynamic Focus, the authors encourage individuals and organizations to identify and understand the spells that may be limiting them. Awareness sets the stage for dynamic focus: clarity of purpose; openness to new ideas and methods; effective use of critical factors (such as power); recognition of critical and essential behaviors and the comparison of results and intentions.