In-Synk: Aligning Strategy, Action and Goals
Teri L. Sullivan
July 29, 2014
For Immediate Release
Business Coach Michael Synk and WKNO-TV Partner to Bring His “Rock & Sand” Principles to Television
Are you “pushing sand” or “moving rocks”? Business educator and coach Michael Synk lays out a model to help business owners, executives, and entrepreneurs understand the connection between strategy and execution in live workshops, his book Rock & Sand, and now in a new television special airing on WKNO/Channel 10.
Rock & Sand with Michael Synk: A Practical Guide to Business Growth, premiering Thursday, August 14 at 8:00 p.m., presents this easy-to-follow, compelling, and practical program that challenges the “myth” of strategic complexity and simplifies its execution, paving the way to business growth.
Michael Synk is the founder of In-Synk: Aligning Strategies Actions and Goals. He has been providing strategy and execution coaching services in Memphis for thirteen years and is one of the original sixteen coaches certified by Gazelles International to teach and coach the Four DecisionsTM/Rockefeller HabitsTM Model.
“I’m grateful for this opportunity,” Synk said. “Rock & Sand has been a labor of love for me and my clients. A number of them worked with me to frame out a model that eliminates much of the confusion that surrounds strategy and how to execute it and are now using it to move their companies forward.
“The principles set forward in this strategy and in this new television special are principles that can be adapted for many types of individual endeavors and community organizations,” said Michael J. LaBonia, WKNO President and CEO. “We believe these types of strategies can help our community at large grow and thrive.”
Rock & Sand with Michael Synk: A Practical Insight to Business Growth airs Thursday, August 14 at 8:00 p.m. on WKNO/Channel 10. It also airs Friday, August 15 at 8:00 p.m. on WKNO2, available over the air on Channel 10.2 and on Comcast Cable Channel 910.
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