60 to 90% of strategic plans derail along the way. Here are 3 quick and easy ways to improve your annual strategy plan – so you can grow faster and with less pain.
Most leadership teams have too few open, healthy conflicts. This makes them less effective, reduces decision quality, and ultimately slows down business growth. How can you step outside of your comfort zone and mine more healthy conflicts?
Let’s face it: most management meetings are not effective. Yet they are your secret weapon to unlock accountability – and help you grow faster and with less pain. How can you make them more effective?
Many leaders confuse delegation with abdication: they delegate without adapting to the specific needs of their team member. How do you know how much you should delegate?
Decision-making is one of the CEO’s most important jobs, and one of the easiest to do wrong. It doesn’t have to be like that though. Here are 5 tips to improve your decision-making effectiveness – and help you grow faster and with less pain.
Traditional, top-down accountability is not scalable and hurts business growth. Peer-to-peer, “horizontal” accountability frees you up – so that you can grow your business faster and with less pain. How do you develop it?
Your personal purpose brings out the best in you. Working “on purpose” multiplies your energy and your effectiveness as a leader – and helps you grow your business faster and with less pain. How can you develop and leverage your own personal purpose?
Money is important, but it doesn’t buy loyalty. Leaders often make the wrong assumptions about why employees leave. How can you identify and tackle the root causes of your employee retention issues?
Your autopilot (your old habits and your belief system) is the foundation of your immunity to change. As a leader though, your own inability to change has dramatic ripple effects on your team. What can you do about it?
The more effective a leader you become, the better your business performance. Yet only 20% of leaders are effective. What can you do about it?