Tiffany Chepul

Tiffany Chepul
Tiffany is a Rhythm Consultant. She has years of experience helping clients get in a strong Think Plan Do Rhythm to grow their business with purpose. Her background is in Sales and PR.
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3 Situations When You Wish You Had Done Job Scorecards

By: Tiffany ChepulThu, Mar 16, 2017 @ 09:00 AM

The purpose of having Job Scorecards in place at your company is to help avoid costly pitfalls. Inevitably, when I speak with CEOs who are feeling the pain of a wrong hire or a missed number, they realize a simple Job Scorecard might have helped them avoid their situation altogether.

Here are three common scenarios where CEOs think, if only...

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Topics: Leadership, High Performance Teams

The 10 Best Employee Engagement KPIs (Video)

By: Tiffany ChepulTue, Feb 14, 2017 @ 09:00 AM

After recently reviewing hundreds of 2017 Annual and Q1 plans, I can say without a doubt that improving employee engagement seems to be top of mind for everyone this year. How on earth do you keep today's dynamic and diverse employees happy, engaged and productive? It's the million dollar question.

According to Gallup, companies with highly engaged workforces outperform their peers by 147%. Gallup also concluded that 87% of employees worldwide are not engaged. So, how do you know if your company is on the right side of those statistics?

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Topics: KPI, Employee Engagement

How to Integrate New People into a Weekly Adjustment Meeting

By: Tiffany ChepulThu, Jan 5, 2017 @ 09:00 AM

With so many Rhythm client companies growing like crazy, many of my clients have needed to integrate new hires into existing Weekly Adjustment Meetings recently.

For most newbies, participating in a Rhythm Weekly Adjustment Meeting is a welcomed change. Most people are used to boring status meetings that end up being a waste of time. They are floored by how effective Rhythm teams are in having meaningful discussions and solving problems. It's refreshing to see things actually getting done at a weekly meeting!

So, how can you make sure the magic rubs off on the new hire?

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Topics: Weekly Meeting

Top 10 Things To Do For Your Team in Q4 (Video)

By: Tiffany ChepulThu, Nov 17, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Fall is finally in the air - the season for celebrating the close of another year and preparing for a fresh new start in the year to come. Trees are losing their leaves, grass is planted in hopes of a green Spring. Soon we will all be making plans for the holidays with our families - planning trips, buying gifts, sending cards, decorating, making meals. 

Which means, it's also the season of lists. I know I will write myriad lists between now and the end of the year - grocery lists, address lists, gift giving lists, guest lists - I'm getting tired just thinking about it!

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Topics: Annual Planning

4 Habits of Highly Successful Rhythm Companies

By: Tiffany ChepulThu, Oct 13, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Patterns are an "easy button" for success. If you want to be good at something, look for the patterns from people who have already figured it out. Highly successful people are masters at identifying and using patterns to their advantage. Therefore, it was no surprise that a CEO, new to Rhythm, asked me: "What do other really successful Rhythm companies do differently?" 

It's a powerful question. What do they do that we can do better?

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Topics: Rhythm

A Better Way to Implement Your One-Page Strategic Plan

By: Tiffany ChepulFri, Jul 22, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Planning Sessions are exciting - the possibilities are endless, the team is optimistic and ready to conquer the world! You spend countless hours discussing, debating and agreeing on your Core Values & Purpose, BHAG, Brand Promise, Key Initiatives and Quarterly Rocks. Decisions are made. Targets are set. Your One-Page Strategic Plan is beautiful! The work gets put into a Word doc and filed away for everyone to access. "Let's really do it this year," everyone says...

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Topics: One-Page Strategic Plan

Use Rhythm Certification to Up Your Game

By: Tiffany ChepulWed, Jul 6, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

At the beginning of 2016, all Rhythm software users gained access to the Rhythm Certification Program as part of their subscription. To date, we now have hundreds of users and teams who have accelerated their own learning and maximized their Rhythm investment just by utilizing this resource!

With a few quarters of Rhythm Certification under our belt, we’ve noticed some patterns and best practices emerge from our incredibly smart clients. These simple ideas make sense for all levels of the organization, from the executive team to front-line employees.

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Topics: Rhythm

Using KPI Data to Predict Success & Prompt Action

By: Tiffany ChepulThu, May 12, 2016 @ 09:00 AM

Those of you using the Rhythm tool to track and discuss your KPIs weekly have probably seen the Projected, Actual and Variance fields on each KPI record.

Some teams have mastered those fields and are using them to help predict success and failure and make adjustments along the way during their13-Week Race. Other teams are still learning how to maximize the power of Projected, Actual and Variance to help them win as a team.

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Topics: KPI

How Managers Support the Executive Team

By: Tiffany ChepulSun, Mar 13, 2016 @ 01:30 PM

Having been with Rhythm Systems since 2010, I have had the privilege of consulting with some teams for over 5 years. I love seeing teams achieve their dreams!

One of the most interesting developments over the years is that teams are taking Rhythm deeper and deeper into their organizations. In some cases, we are four management levels deep with cascade planning and weekly execution. Imagine what you and your team could accomplish with that level of alignment and laser-focus across that many teams!

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Topics: Cascading

Sharing Quarterly Plans Across Departments

By: Tiffany ChepulSun, Feb 28, 2016 @ 12:00 PM

There are many different characteristics and habits of High Performance Teams, but one that has a big impact on execution is sharing quarterly plans across departments. Does your company do this crucial final step of planning?

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Topics: Quarterly Planning, Cascading