Fractional leadership practices emerge when leadership teams don’t play at their best. This, in turn, prevents the entire organization from playing at its best, and can lead to disappointing company results. Here are early signs of fractional leadership in the making:
Playing in the Park & the Future of Leadership
Only one out of five executives believe they are part of a high-performance leadership team. Seven out of ten leaders do not feel they get any real value from the leadership team they are a part of. Something is missing.
Creating an Ownership Culture
There are many reasons to create an ownership culture in your organization. There is no reason to start this anywhere except in the executive team.
Introduce a “But Bucket” for Better Results
A “But Bucket” is a learning anchor, used during meetings to help people see how frequently, yet often unconsciously, they used the word “but” during business conversations. What you will see is how often people use “but” and don’t even know it.