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Strategic Team Plan Program

Does your strategic plan fall short when it comes to clarity and alignment? Do you have management structures and processes in place that help create alignment as well as focus, integrity and accountability to your plan? Employees who understand and align with your strategy are engaged employees.  And engaged employees produce results.  In a recent Harvard Business Review study on employee engagement, 70% of respondents rated “employees clearly understanding how their job relates to the overall strategy” as a top factor in employee engagement. 

McGhee’s Strategic Team Plan (STP) program will guide you through a two-phase process to align your team(s) and create a tactical annual strategic plan to move your strategy forward in support of your mission, vision, values and long term objectives. The STP has a clear completion point and allows you to cascade your plan to everyone in your organization with a framework that you can drive and sustain year-after-year. 

Program Outcomes


  • Learn from the past by celebrating wins and acknowledging disappointments
  • Shift behavior patterns that limit the organization
  • Create a plan where everyone is inspired and motivated to accomplish their goals
  • Cascade objectives and projects, resulting in alignment at all levels
  • Identify specific and measurable metrics for all goals

For more details, please download the complete Program Overview 
Strategic Team Plan or e-mail info@mcgheepro.com

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"I recently participated in the Take Back Your Life class and must say, I LOVED IT. My mind is clearer because I am better organized. I am able to accomplish so much more, with so much less stress. I leave work knowing that I began my day with goals and ended it with accomplishments. I feel empowered on my way home rather than drained. I plan to incorporate this system into my personal life and look forward to the progress that will create. I was so motivated to change when I left the class. I find that I have even changed the way I speak: I have replaced the 'not(s)' and 'no(s)' with 'will(s)' and 'be(s)'! The tips and methods we learned in the class are truly wonderful."