BECAUZ Accelerators

A Comprehensive Approach to Change

The BECAUZ Accelerator program utilizes proprietary Processes, Tools and Systems to install transformational change in Leaders, Teams and Organization. This process accelerates change because of our proven processes, dynamic facilitation and an integrated, systemic approach.

How do we maximize our impact as a World Class IT Organization and embrace the challenges presented by global economic and IT events and trends?

Walter PuschnerVP - Worldwide Field ITMicrosoft

How can we create a leadership team to transform our firm?

Mike PongonCOOPoint B

How can we most effectively communicate our Real Estate Repositioning offering to add value for our clients?

Tony StewartVice PresidentMcKinstry

How do we maximize our impact as a World Class IT Organization and embrace the challenges presented by global economic and IT events and trends?

Walter PuschnerVP - Worldwide Field ITMicrosoft

BECAUZ tailors the programs they offer us to closely align to our business needs. Each and every interaction has its own dynamic, and they are able to adjust what they do, live in the moment, to maximize results and value. That kind of adaptability and dynamism is a core skill you don’t often find.

Walter PuschnerVice President, User ExperienceMicrosoft

BECAUZ are savvy social architects who create environments that lead to extraordinary learning and results. With your help, our 80-person extended leadership team has moved from a “command and control” focus to an “inspire and involve” culture, with alignment and ownership embedded into the leadership ecosystem.

Jacky WrightVPMicrosoft SESIT

With BECAUZ we have consistently generated breakthrough results and have been able to align our teams around transformational strategy. We have built an adaptive organization that flourishes in the midst of uncertainty and innovates to create solutions that were unimaginable just a few years ago.

B.J. MooreVice PreidentMicrosoft - Enterprise Commerce IT

How can we engage our entire organization and partners as leaders to realize our vision?

Senior Director of a field readiness group

How do we get our engineering leads and their teams to perform at even higher levels as we grow and scale our business?

Brett HelselSr. VP EngineeringIsilon Systems, Inc.

What would be possible across teams if we collaborated?

Andrew ClaphamSenior DirectorDesign & Construction

How can we drive team performance, build client relationships and generate a better bottom line?

Erika SchmidtPresident & COOFrause

How can we build a global innovation engine without adding people or additional dollars?

Tyson HartmanChief Technology OfficerAvanade

Leadership Lessons From The Mountains Of Tibet: The Path Leads Home

Leadership Lessons From The Mountains Of Tibet: The Path Leads Home

In this final segment of my Tibet story I’ll share one of the most interesting things I observed about the Tibetan people. It was the holistic, integrated way they approach life. Spirituality is not separate from their daily lives. The village isn’t built around a temple, the village IS a temple.

Lead an integrated life

I found it intriguing that by blending all aspects of life: spirituality, business interests, family life and daily activity, the Tibetan’s lives were much simpler. tibet-7They didn’t have to think about when to be the business person, the parent, the religious follower. They could be all those things, all at once. How freeing! No roles to play, just be your whole, authentic self in every situation. I found the Tibetans to be open minded, welcoming and engaging no matter what the situation. I was instinctively drawn to their genuine enthusiasm for life.

The leadership lesson here is that being authentically yourself—your whole self—enables others to connect with you and trust you more readily. There is no wondering about whether you are who you appear to be. And when you share more of who you are with those you lead, you will find it easier to build relationships, inspire others and model a more inclusive way of working.

Now back from this once-in-a-lifetime journey, I find myself frequently thinking back to the experiences I had there. I find myself holding on less tightly to what I think should happen, letting things emerge naturally. I listen more deeply and engage with people—even those I don’t know—more intensely and authentically.

I was changed by my experience in Kham in ways that are still becoming apparent. I know this experience has helped me to be a better leader and a better coach to others. I hope someday you will have the chance to visit this special region of the world. Whether or not that’s in your future, let me wish you “good fortune” in the Tibetan way: Tashi delek!

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