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When projects are tied to business value, grounded in effective collaboration, and driven by healthy processes, leaders can help their teams achieve their goals.
Strategy is great and necessary, but it’s just a tool to achieve the result (the goal). By itself, it can become a distraction from the real work of accomplishment.
Perhaps nowhere does purposeful, inspiring leadership have the ability to bring about more radical transformation today than in the realm of the sales organization.
Until recently, having a diverse workforce was seen as desirable but not necessary. It could be acknowledged with a handful of initiatives to make progress for the future, but times have changed.
The first imperative of a leader is to inspire trust. It’s to bring out the best in people by entrusting them with meaningful stewardship and inspiring creativity and possibility.
Too many leaders labor under the pernicious paradigm that people are interchangeable, that one worker equals another, that they can easily replace one person with another person.
Nearly every team has an articulated strategy, But that strategy becomes meaningless if the team fails to produce results. Successful leaders not only create a clear strategy, they execute it.
People with a simple, unique, powerful mission are the most engaged people. Yet the whole notion of “mission” has produced a lot of cynicism.
In our work with clients, we’ve pinpointed two critical shifts that leaders must make to meet the needs of today’s workforce.
Over 30 years of global experience has taught us that a winning culture produces at least four critical outcomes.
Change is an ever-present part of running an organization. Today, rapid changes in technology, market dynamics, staffing, and consumer preferences have accelerated the need for upskilling.
In times of great uncertainty, leaders can freeze to the point of inaction or execute with excellence, increase trust, achieve more, and transform fear into engagement.
As we start the new year making plans, take time to reflect on your natural preferences and whether or not they are helping or hampering your goals for the next 12 months.
So much attention is brought to our relationships with others that we often forget about the most important relationship in our lives—the one with ourselves.
Take a break from the emotional fatigue caused by uncertainty and be validated for a moment—it is okay, normal even, to feel exhausted.
Understand your motive to master your communication style and build a brand as someone who makes things easier—not harder.
You don’t need to spend a lot of money to be memorable. You just need to deploy your creative skills, innovate, and care.
How you show up reflects who you are and what you think of others. How are you showing up?
What’s your identity and what precise behaviors could you employ, beginning today, to make your future truth become a reality?
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