• Dave Lindahl, CEO, RE Mentor

    I have used Bob Norton as a CEO coach and consultant to implement his AirTight Management systems. Bob is one of the few people nationally I found who actually has "Been there and done that," growing multiple companies to over $100M in sales. In just six weeks, we were able to implement the first three systems of AirTight Management. They have moved our company to a new level of professionalism that will allow us to continue our rapid growth and succeed at a whole new level.

  • Craig Brenner, CEO, NEDS

    I was skeptical regarding the value I might get from attending. I went and was extremely happy with the higher-level strategy information and its application to my business. Following my "2nd" time attending, I became a coaching client too. I gained insights, perspectives and a ton of value. I recommend it highly and with confidence.

  • Paul T., CEO, iFive Alliances

    What I like the most is that it is real. There is no fluff. One example is using Competitive Landscape Maps. You explain the purpose and process of using the tools, and then you apply it, and people learn real things about their business.

  • John Edmond, President, Angel Data Networks

    I thought this seminar was appropriate for any senior-level executive who wants to get on the same page strategically with their team and boost their business. I feel I greatly underpaid for the value delivered.

The AirTight Management 101 Best Practices Video Series

High-Performance Teams

The AirTight 101 Best Practices Series is designed to help any company and manager improve their performance using practices compiled from hundreds of sources.

The 10 Categories of Best Practices 


Our 101 Management Best Practices Series Archive

 A leadership style that is guaranteed to improve performance from knowledge workers.


Best Practice #1


 What causes alignment in the team creates high-performance.


Best Practice #2


Never go to bed angry. 


Best Practice #3


Running a business, department or project by the numbers to empower, yet verify. 


Best Practice #4


 Eliminate overhead, politics and wasted effort.


Best Practice #5


 Never try to change people, especially with "rules" and policies. This always works better.


Best Practice #6


You need far more clarity in roles and responsibilities that you may think. 


Best Practice #7


Letting professionals set their own schedule and goals is far more effective psychology than telling them when things must be done.  


Best Practice #8


The Law of Attraction and creating a positive and future focused environment is critical for team performance.  


Best Practice #9