The Zynity Story
Zynity means creating harmony among the parts. The name is a contraction of synthesis (bringing together) and concinnity (arranging harmony among the parts).
The four rounded corners represent continuity and completeness. The yellow color conveys creativity and innovation. Blue conveys logic and communication. Green conveys energy and revitalization. The colors and their meanings are important dimensions of executive leadership development and performance.
Zynity's solution enhances innovation, communication, and motivation. The solution includes a framework, technology, and certified coaches.
Guiding and developing executive leadership teams to perform as a team at exceptional levels. The apps get used in real-time with actual circumstances. It helps apply skills, talents, knowledge, and wisdom efficiently and effectively.
Zynity Leadership™ Framework began from the thinking...
- new concepts and online tools are needed to help executive teams ‘work together better’
- Leaders and Managers need to establish a ‘system’ in which this can be accomplished simply, easily, and effectively.
They fill a void in that there is nothing specific for executive teams that use laptops, the new Smartphones and tablets in this new and different manner. Online SaaS tools exist to support such areas as the sales and CRM teams as well as the accounting teams, but not specifically for leading and managing.
Leaders and Managers of high-performing organizations have a well-defined ‘system’ for growing and operating their organizations.
- They define their ‘system’ in succinct, clearly understood terms.
- They describe how it's used to guide the daily leading and managing decisions.
- A framework is the structure that sets boundaries and supports the system.
Most leaders don't. The Framework for Leading methodology and Zynity™ Online Tools help you quickly develop and implement your system. You can tailor it around your own style and beliefs, and easily establish operating principles and processes that you can refine over time – just as successful sports coaches do.
It's important to define, clarify, and continue to refine your own leading and managing ‘framework’.
Two Foundational Premises:
Leaders must also Manage
A Coach provides a shortcut to Optimal Success
LEADING AND MANAGING REQUIRES A ‘FRAMEWORK’
CREATE A 'SYSTEM', DEFINE IT, CLARIFY IT, CONTINUOUSLY REFINE IT
LEADERS NEED A COACH
COACHES FACILITATE - CONSULTANTS RECOMMEND AND FIX
SIMPLIFY – CLARIFY – FOCUS
COMMUNICATE USING HEADLINES AND STORIES