Register Now! The Rockefeller Habits: Getting From Vision to Execution with Author Jim Alampi

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Jim Alampi presents The Rockefeller Habits: Getting From Vision to Execution  Few companies fail because there wasn’t a vision; they fail because they can’t execute the vision and get concrete business results. As someone once said, “Vision without execution is hallucination.” And, as Jim Collins said in Built to Last, “Great performance is about 1% vision and 99% alignment.” So the secret isn’t having some unique or phenomenal vision. It is creating a vision, getting everyone to understand it and their role, and then executing like crazy. In this informative session, business coach and author, Jim Alampi will present the Rockefeller Habits, which will help you learn how to effectively implement any vision. Red Door Interactive is a proud advocate of the Rockefeller Habits tools and credits them for its six consecutive appearances on the Inc5000 list and nine consecutive appearances on the San Diego Business Journal’s Fastest Growing list. We are happy to SHARE these effective tools with you.



As founder and Managing Director of Alampi & Associates LLC, Jim Alampi has devoted more than thirteen years to coaching CEOs, executive teams and Boards of Directors in the areas of strategy, leadership, execution and business improvement. He created the proprietary process, The Execution Maximizer™, to help CEOs execute their vision and get results. Jim recently wrote a book on overcoming the natural barriers to profitable company growth titled “Great to Excellent; It’s the Execution!” There is a section dedicated to the Rockefeller Habits and each Speaker Series attendee will go home with a copy of the book!


  • Translating long-term vision and strategies into short-term goals and tactics that every employee understands and supports. Company, department and individual priorities need to be set.
  • A structured executive team meeting rhythm must be established.
  • Data-driven Metrics must be utilized to identify what’s around the corner and areas of critical weakness.


The Denver event will be held on Friday, October 18th; and the San Diego event will be Tuesday, November 5th. 8:30 – 9:00 AM Registration, Breakfast & Networking 9:00 – 10:00 AM Presentation & Questions 10:00 – 10:30 AM Networking  

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