No-Compromise Leadership is all about the thinking, behavior and accountability that support all leadership results and business outcomes. As a result of adapting no-compromise leadership:
- You'll experience a sharper, more focused sense of purpose.
- You'll know what needs to be done - and do it.
- You'll tackle pressing issues that you would ordinarily keep on the back burner where they fester and grow.
- You'll be more decisive with your communication and how you relate to those you lead.
- You'll make better decisions, because no compromise demands a thorough attention to detail.
Get to know Neil
Over the last 38 years, Neil Ducoff has coached countless businesses, including Aveda, Gillette, Proctor & Gamble, Planet Wings, Canmeng International Taiwan, Profound Beauty Products, Kerastase Paris, EvelineCharles Canada and L’Oreal, on how to achieve the highest levels of success and profitability, while creating a positive, rewarding workplace.
He has led seminars throughout North America and in such countries as Taiwan, Spain and Mexico – as well as served as a presenter at major health- care, computer, manufacturing and franchise conferences, including Jack Stack’s National gathering of games, the 2011 Quality Conference and the inaugural Esthetics China Exhibition and Congress. Ducoff has gained international respect as the guru of team-based compensation. As well as the award-winning No-Compromise Leadership: A Higher Standard of Leadership Thinking and Behavior, he is the author of Fast Forward Second Edition, the salon and spa industry’s only business reference manual, and the newly released Wake Up!.
He has been honored with the 2005 Art of Business Award, named one of 12 business “Legends and Icons” by the annual Serious Business Conference in New Orleans in 2006, and invited by the B.E.S.T Foundation and the Anderson School of Business.
Ducoff takes on the issues that seldom get discussed in business that hold leaders back from having the companies they desire. He’s brave enough to shine a light on the areas that many would prefer to leave alone -- like holding leaders accountable is tougher than holding employees accountable. He’s not afraid to stir the pot. The question is, “Are you ready?”
So…when good is no longer good enough…it's time to listen and learn from Neil Ducoff.