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reinforce vision Successful Leaders Reinforce the Vision (9/29/2017) Posted in: Awareness, Communication, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Prioritization, Vision - To keep your team moving in the right direction, you need to reinforce the vision. That doesn’t mean you have to recite it like a parrot; it means getting your team engaged and keeping them engaged. Talk about possibilities in the context of your vision. Celebrate accomplishments in the context of your vision. Have fun […]
Priorities Setting Priorities is Key to Leadership Success (9/12/2017) Posted in: Awareness, Business Performance, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Organizational Structure, Planning, Prioritization, Time Management, Vision - Distractions can tempt us every day. Other people have their own agendas for our time and attention. We might have the best intentions of working on our priorities, but other things get in the way. We may even become so ambitious that we create a long list of priorities, which means we don’t really have […]
Know Yourself How Well Do You Know Yourself? (9/1/2017) Posted in: Accountability, Authenticity, Awareness, Communication, Focus, Leadership, Vision - Great leaders understand who they are and where they stand. They also know that they don’t know everything. You may think you already know yourself. But real knowing is understanding that we don’t know everything. Think about the leaders you admire who have achieved great things and made a difference in some way. To step […]
buck stops here When Does Single-Person Accountability Increase Performance? (8/29/2017) Posted in: Accountability, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership - As organizations grow, executives can lose sight of the need for single-person accountability. They start to move to consensus decision-making and diffuse responsibility.
Personal Vision Start Creating Your Personal Vision (8/8/2017) Posted in: Awareness, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Vision - Before creating a vision for your organization, it’s important to have a personal vision. By having a clear picture of where you want to go personally, you can connect it to the vision for the organization.
Picture your vision Picture Your Vision (8/3/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Awareness, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Planning, Vision - To really make your organization's vision come to life, create the whole picture for yourself and for your team. Start with your own personal vision and see how it’s fulfilled in the organization’s vision.
Time Value When Executives Value Their Time,
Others Will Too
(7/28/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Awareness, Business Performance, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Learning, Prioritization, Time Management - If you don’t value your time, no one else will value it either. As a leader, it’s important to be accessible, but you also need others to respect your time. When you have set your priorities, the majority of your time should be spent on them. Of course, unexpected things come up that require our […]
Stay Centered The 3 Keys to Staying Centered for Executive Leaders (7/21/2017) Posted in: Awareness, Communication, Employee Engagement, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership - People model their leaders. If you stay calm and centered, they are more likely to do the same (although a few of them will still panic).
Nature renewal How Successful Executive Leaders Maintain High Performance (7/12/2017) Posted in: Awareness, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Prioritization - Even when we are tuned in and focused on aligning our organization to achieve the vision, we still need take time for personal renewal to maintain high performance.
Successful Executive Leaders — Get a Coach! (2/2/2017) Posted in: Authenticity, Change, Executive Leadership, Focus, Leadership, Learning, Vision - High achievers understand the importance of having a coach to help them get to the next level. In today’s competitive business environment, it’s no longer a luxury to have a coach, it’s a necessity.

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