Peter Chatel, The Chatel Consulting Group (North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 344)
Peter Chatel, the founder of The Chatel Consulting Group, talks with host John Ray on why identifying purpose is the bedrock of effective leadership, the value of the 80/20 rule for leaders and their organizations, and much more. “North Fulton Business Radio” is produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta.
The Chatel Consulting Group
The Chatel Consulting Group focuses on helping leaders and nonprofit organizations bring about transformational change that results in profoundly positive performance. They work with our clients to align people with purpose through a proprietary process. Their approach targets profoundly positive performance that can only be achieved when people work purposefully.
Their offerings guide clients along a pathway to high performance where leaders and teams experience deeper meaning through their work. The Chatel programs and projects help their clients assess current reality, define a detailed description of the desired future state so that plans are developed and implemented to close the gaps. They help clients establish clarity of purpose with which everyone in the organization can connect. When leaders align people with purpose and use Chatel’s processes that include creating compelling scorecards and candidly communicating results, their clients enter “the magic zone” of high performance. They help our clients build and leverage mindsets, skillsets, and toolsets to achieve profoundly positive performance.
Using practical experience with the power of purpose, The Chatel Consulting Group helps clients focus on what matters most. Among others, clients have included: CQUEST, Clifton Sanctuary Ministries, Environment Sandy Springs, Grady Health Foundation, First Step Staffing, ASQ – The Global Voice of Quality, and Empowerment Resources Program.
Peter Chatel, Founder, The Chatel Consulting Group
In April 2015, after 22 years with The Coca-Cola Company, Peter announced the formation of his consulting, training and coaching practice, The Chatel Consulting Group. Since “re-wiring” from The Coca-Cola Company, Peter joined The John Maxwell Team and was certified as a Speaker, Trainer and Coach. In April 2017, Peter became one of less than 100 people in the world certified to train and coach The ONE Thing. In 2020, he became a Certified Purpose Mentor through JourneyLife.
In 2020, Peter shifted the focus of his consulting practice to support nonprofits. He helps nonprofits lead, plan, and execute with excellence through teamwork that is purpose-led, people-centered, process-driven, and performance-focused — something he calls Petership©. Over the past 5 years, Peter has worked with hundreds of organizations to establish and nurture Purpose-driven and Resilient Cultures where staff are more engaged, productive, and loyal; as well as healthier and happier. His work with nonprofit leadership teams focuses on their collaboration skills so they can improve and expand their impact. Through 1-on-1 coaching, group coaching, and workshops, Peter gets people inspired and focused on the path to profoundly positive performance.
Peter is married to Sarah and they have a blended family of five children and live with their two dogs.
Questions and Topics in this Interview:
- What is the work that you do with nonprofits?
- What do you mean by “Put Petership in Your Leadership”?
- The Pareto Principle, or the 80/20 Rule.
- What differentiates you from others who help nonprofit leaders?
- What nonprofits do you serve?
- What are the greatest challenges that nonprofits are facing in 2021?
North Fulton Business Radio” is hosted by John Ray and produced virtually from the North Fulton studio of Business RadioX® in Alpharetta. You can find the full archive of shows by following this link. The show is available on all the major podcast apps, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google, Amazon, iHeart Radio, Stitcher, TuneIn, and others.
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