How does your leadership team play the game, with a systematic approach to success or is everyone trying to be “the star” on the court? If you’re a senior leader and interested in exchanging ideas from your leadership team success playbook, I’ll be happy to share my playbook with you. It will help us both play a better game.
When you label yourself, others, or situations around you, you stop seeing opportunities for growth and lock yourself into a limiting belief. Live life beyond the label.
There is nothing to be ashamed of by asking for help. When we pretend to be perfect, hide our imperfections, and discourage people from giving us feedback and ideas to improve, we lose followers and our ability to influence people.
There are good reasons to reorganize, adjusting and aligning capabilities to serve clients and ever-changing markets, yet the leadership team itself is the organizational unit that is least discussed, and least affected by organizational restructuring. How do you and your leadership team ensure that you are doing what’s right for the business and your customers, instead of taking care of yourselves?
This holiday wedding story is a gentle reminder of what happens when we fail to recognize how important our contribution is to the customer, a teammate, and our organization.
Are you struggling to deliver on your strategy? Is there a Lack of urgency in your organization? Your executive team could be suffering from “executive nesting”. Read more here.
How can you support a CEO who is dealing with someone who as crossed the ethics line for the company? How can you discipline and write up such behavior in a performance review? We’ll discuss that in this blog.
More is not always better. Adding new initiatives to your strategic agenda before having the difficult conversations about what to take out, leads to an overstuffed strategy that does not perform.
Are you engulfed by escalations because others ask you how do things or to take on uncomfortable tasks instead of developing their own ideas and actions? Here are three ways to ensure that you aren’t on the receiving end of every escalation that comes your way.
Strategy often stumbles because it is a collection of complicated facts and initiatives that are confusing and difficult to follow. Craft a strategy that tells a story about helping customers and creating value for others and you have got foundation for an emotionally compelling strategy. Logic and facts encourage us to think, yet stories evoke emotions that compel us to act.