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:
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.
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.
How do you build a company that improves every day? One meeting at a time.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease. Yet the squeak in the wheel might not be where the real opportunities lie.
What’s needed to break the rat race of busy but not bold, routine reporting and status quo results? When will someone say stop; there is another way we can lead ourselves, this team, and our business?
Heavy lifters are in the middle of everything, and if you are in the middle of everything, you are not managing the few things that only you can do.
To survive this pandemic, it’s critical that we act in consensus with suggested health guidelines. Yet to thrive in these times and the future, we must continue to exercise our contrarian challenge.
Do not let virtual meetings get the best of you. Here are six ideas to bring more zest to your zoom meetings.
We do not learn to swim by holding onto the side of the pool. There has never been a better time to invest in yourself.