It’s the two year anniversary for “Executive Ownershift, Creating Highly Effective Leadership Teams”. Let me make the following offer on this two year anniversary: If you (or your organization) order 100 copies of Executive Ownership, Creating Highly Effective Leadership Teams, I’ll spend day with you, your leadership team or another part of your organization that would profit from leadership team excellence. Contact me via LinkedIn or via my web site for details on this limited offer, looking forward to another terrific two years supporting your executive ownershift.
What is the most strategic decision you have made in the last 60 days, personally or professionally? How do you continue to develop as a strategic leader? Learn how you can improve your strategic leadership skills, especially strategic decison making.
None of us are perfect. 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 others.
To get an idea of your strategic fitness, and where your opportunities for strategic growth may be, look into the Strategic Leader Fitness Review. Make sure you look into all three parts!
What did your company do with these unexpected travel surpluses? If you were the CEO of your company, what would you do with the travel budgets that were not used last year?
What is happening in your business? Are your great ideas living in isolation? Talking about knowledge sharing means little if you practice knowledge hiding.
“He was not a hero or a magician or a chess player, or an obsession. He was a certifiable member of the human race, direct, fallible, and unexpectedly wise when it counted.” Harry S. Trumann
Disappointment, frustration, and anger distance us from the valuable jewel of contentment.
Leaders that insist on showing their people how smart they are damage team spirit and team performance.
Strategy often stumbles because it’s complicated, confusing and difficult to recognize. If you want a great read about the history of the ice cream truck, check out Michael’s article. It may challenge you to create clear and compelling strategic messages for your business.