Do you know what it takes to be excellent? Our clients do. Proudly Located in Chicago’s John Hancock Tower, along the Magnificent Mile, Sixty Sigma specializes in helping Teams from Fortune 500 Companies, small businesses, government agencies and non-profit organizations achieve Breakthrough Human Innovation.
Our methodology is based on extensive research on thinking and the brain. Multiple applications of Whole Brain Technology™ include creativity, strategic thinking, problem solving, management and leadership, teaching and learning, self-understanding, communication and team/staff development. I seek to apply the principles of Whole Brain Technology™ to my varied responsibilities: from coaching, to consulting, day-to-day operations, to sales, to workshop design and presentations.
Having spent millions of client dollars in the development of innovation, leadership, and marketing curriculum, I now bring this knowledge to my clients. My advice has been spread around the world through work with hundreds of organizations including fortune 500, governments, royal families, entrepreneurs and non-profits.
My personal goal is to promote a better understanding of how individuals and organizations think and become more innovative as well as enhance learning and communication technologies worldwide through the application and development of the whole brain concept. Sixty Sigma Inc. with affiliates worldwide, continues to research and develop products and applications in the fields of thinking creativity, and learning.
I live in the Chicagoland Area with my wife, Leslie, and my four children Joshua Jordan, Carter, and Elizabeth. I am also working to establish the Twenty Million Angels Organization; dedicated to raise awareness of the millions of disabled persons worldwide and the heroes who have dedicated their lives to make a difference.
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60 Second Strategist: How To Take Decisive Action Today While Planning For Tomorrow
by Tony Galliano
This book illustrates how it is possible to manage daily priorities while still setting aside time, energy and resources for focusing on the future. If you want to be truly great, you will have to find a balance between planning and execution. Much like an ER physician or combat soldier, you will learn to react at the speed of light to more than 90% of the daily situations you face.
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