Building High Performance Teams, Part 5: Establish Monthly Results-driven Meetings

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 4: Align Around Top Priorities at Every Level of the Business

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 3: Shift Limiting Mindsets

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 2: Put the Past in Perspective

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

Building High Performance Teams, Part 1: Include Everyone in an Annual Planning Session

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In order to achieve your most important objectives, it’s essential to create a clear plan, learn to work well together in a cross functional way and have a structure to keep the teams accountable. There are five powerful principles that make…

Improve Your Decision-Making Process and Increase Your Bottom Line

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Did you know that 91% of business leaders are confident in their ability to make good decisions, but 60% of those decisions fail? Use these four proven rules to clear thinking, effective problem solving, and powerful decision making. 1.…

Business Builder Versus Protector: How Do You Maintain Balance

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The swaying tide between building a business and protecting a business is ever changing. Economic conditions, growth and evolving management teams can often shift the complexity and psyche of an organization.  As the leader navigates the changes…

The Truth About Modeling The Way

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One of my favorite business books is The Leadership Challenge by James Kouzes and Barry Posner.  They cite that leadership is relationship. Your people want to know who you are and that you can be authentic.  You must “model the way” by…

Close the Gap Between Strategy and Execution

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In their book, “Execution: The Discipline of Getting Things Done”, authors Larry Bossidy and Ram Charan state that execution is the biggest unaddressed issue in business today. They assert that its absence is the single biggest obstacle…