THE PANCAKE PROJECT
Author: Nils Westphal
Creating Great Team Performance
Take five famous and completely different characters from history, throw them into a project together to make -- of all things -- breakfast. What do you get? Either a perfect pancake or a perfect disaster.
THE PANCAKE PROJECT provides a unique scenario that illustrates how and why projects and business cycles can go so right or so wrong. Nils Westphal takes the ancient principles of the five elements from Eastern philosophy and applies them in the modern business world. His Five Elements Method delivers insights to help leaders improve both individual and team performance that align with people's needs. His method will help you to:
- Understand essential roles in business and why that's key to creating successful teams,
- Shift your mindset and view team dynamics and interactions in a completely new way,
- Identify strengths and weaknesses in your teams, and
- Improve your team’s performance and satisfaction.
Take your leadership skills to the next level!
Nils Westphal is an advisor, management coach, trainer and facilitator of workshops.
He has been a business advisor for nearly 20 years. In this capacity, he’s worked on projects in in-house consulting, process performance improvement, and strategy implementation in a variety of different industries for companies based out of Europe, the U.S., South Africa, and Singapore.
Prior to establishing himself in the U.S. in 2016, he moved to South Africa for five years to found and run an NGO together with his wife, Corinne Westphal. It was during that time that he also worked as a senior advisor to a Big Four Advisory and to one of the largest insurance companies in Africa.
He now works independently out of Central Oregon. He is the father of the Five Elements Method™, a new and applicable approach to increase performance in any team environment.
Improving performance for both companies and individuals has always been the main focus of Nils’ work. This has led him to develop a wide range of knowledge and skills in order to help his clients. He’s consistently been the “Go-to Guy” to quickly identify the root of problems, uncover and focus on solutions, and work with companies and people to improve and grow.