The Four New Agreements to Explode Profitability


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In the area of increasing profitability, what I am sharing with you here is a true account of what I believe is an unprecedented event in the history of modern business. Within this story you will be introduced to a new theory and practice that will allow you to optimize results and increase profitability in your business as never before. Although the following story is not set in the high-technology or interconnect industries, I assure you, and experience proves, that the principles outlined in this story and article will work in a similar fashion in your business, assuming leadership is willing to grow and change.

The Gila Regional Story, Part I

In 2006, as a consultant and trainer, I had been doing systems optimization and conscious leadership growth work in various industries for 16 years. We had had a lot of success, as had our clients. Out of the blue, I got a call from Brian Cunningham, the director of a rehabilitation and wellness center in Silver City, New Mexico.

The center was part of Gila Regional Medical Center (GMRC), a 50-bed regional hospital, also in Silver City.

Brian said he had read an article I had written about the power of systems and conscious leadership, and wondered if I might be able to assist the hospital with some thorny issues that had for years adversely affected profitability and patient satisfaction. I responded that, if leadership was willing to grow and change, I could be of assistance.

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Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of The PCB Magazine.

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