Effective Team Leadership Coaching
Manager Mojo is an extremely effective team leadership coaching program that is proven to achieve successful business results. It helps your leadership team to communicate productively and work together well. Now you can stop “putting out fires”, end those dreaded, time-consuming meetings, and finally have your weekends back. Schedule a free discovery call to learn if Manager Mojo is right for your team.
Do you need Manager Mojo?
If you and your team are experiencing these problems, Manager Mojo can help:
You feel like your entire day is spent putting out fires and resolving conflicts between people.
missing sales goals
You’re feeling a lot of pressure to hit numbers, but it’s just not happening and you’re not sure why.
fear of failure
You’re worried that you don’t have enough control to solve your biggest problems and it will result in losing your job.
You’re taking work home every night and barely have a life outside of the office, but it still doesn’t seem to be changing anything.
too many meetings
Your entire day is spent in meetings that don’t seem to go anywhere. Between the meetings and putting out fires, you feel like you’re never able to be proactive.
unclear on "why"
You can see that your company has problems, but you can’t put your finger on why those problems exist and you don’t know how to fix them.
With a plethora of options for sales training, professional development and talent assessment available in today’s marketplace, Steve stands out above all the rest. He delivers a solid foundation for employee growth and development, talent management, team building, leadership development and all essential ingredients to improve your business performance. Steve is a master at the elements of Predictive Index, he knows what makes people tick, he knows how to align people to the “right jobs” and he has a system that ties everything back to improving a company’s overall performance.
Steve is a game changer, a life changer and will provide you the invaluable insights to improve employee retention, sales performance and company culture. If you quest to build a Championship team you need Steve Caldwell!Jeff Uphues
Steve Caldwell is a sales and leadership powerhouse. He has a keen eye for talent, mastery of amazing tools, and the ability to assess people and situations in a blink of an eye. We’re talking more talent by 8am than you’ll see from most all day long. . .What an honor to have worked with him and to call him a mentor today!Lauren Bailey
Steve does a great job of listening to a problem and working through reasonable solutions to the problem. I have relied on Steve to be a sounding board for several personnel issues and I have frequently reached out to him for coaching on best practices to handling problems. Steve has been tremendous in taking my strengths and building on those to help me better develop my team. Steve has reminded me to celebrate successes and build people based on positive actions vs. a list of processes and procedures to fix.Jeff Ellington
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