Leadership Systems is committed to providing organizations with new and inventive ways to maximize the “people systems”.
We impress our customers with the service and dedication they receive. Professionalism, expertise, and integrity are focal points when we interact with our clients.
Guiding Philosophy—“People Drive The Business”
Most organizations’ only true competitive advantage over its competition is its people. The product or service that is rendered, the quality with which it is provided, and the speed in which it is delivered can almost always be duplicated-if not now, soon. Many do not realize that the organization’s people, more specifically, their talents, are the only real advantage the company has. The people make the service or product better, the delivery faster, and the life of the product or service longer. The talent of the people is the most basic building block of any organization. Each organization will need to take a different course to discover how to maximize its unique collection of talent.
One thing that is consistent, however, is that facilitating long lasting changes to the established “people systems” within an organization requires the ability to read and affect the organization’s culture. There are four key criteria that affect the organizational culture and have a drastic affect on the organization’s ability to produce at its potential in terms of revenue. The four criteria of these “people systems” are:
- Customer Contact
- Leadership Skills
- Technical Knowledge and Skills
- Interpersonal Skills
The level of care and attention we show these four organizational attributes translates over to revenue and profit. It also defines the organizational culture.
Leadership Systems believes in attacking the root causes of unrealized potential for companies by designing creative, effective solutions. By uncovering these issues and providing recommendations and solutions, those issues lose much of their fuel and power-thus becoming conquerable.
About the President
Scott is a human equity specialist. He has spent many years working to maximize productivity, leadership, and team dynamics in organizations. Scott was a founding member of the Southwest Airlines’ University for People. He was responsible for the assessment and integration of personnel in Southwest’s acquisition of Morris Air (over 75% of Morris Air’s personnel.) Scott was instrumental in the twenty-four month doubling of revenue (to $100M) by the control systems manufacturer, AMX. Scott was an internal consultant to the executive staff and implemented blended learning techniques to quickly upgrade the company’s largely untrained management. He also took on the responsibility for directing the global product and technical training. In 1997, Scott founded Scott Airitam’s Leadership Systems, LLC, a training and consulting firm, specializing in management and organizational culture. He has co-authored the popular book, Ethics 4 Everyone. Scott holds a B.S. degree in Management and Sociology from Dallas Baptist University.