EXECUTING STRATEGIES IN THE MIDST OF DAILY URGENCIES
Do you remember the last major initiative you watched die in your organization? Did it go down with a loud crash? Or was it slowly and quietly suffocated by other competing priorities? By the time it finally disappeared, it’s likely no one even noticed. What happened? The “whirlwind” of urgent activity required to keep things running day-to-day devoured the time and energy needed to execute your strategy for tomorrow!
Tackling these challenges is complicated by four common ineffective behaviors:
- No focus
- No clear procedure
- No clarity about progress or setbacks
- No mutual responsibility
Wouldn’t it be desirable to achieve key goals in the shortest possible time, maximize team and leadership engagement, and achieve sustainable results? Then the proven principles and practices of hundreds of organizations that have accompanied Chris McChesny, Sean Covey, Jim Huling, and Andeas Maron will be of interest to you.
New leadership styles for the digital world
Today’s world of work – characterised by digitalisation, globalisation and demographic change – is creating increasing competition in terms of quality and innovation. The goals are ambitious, the challenges diverse and demanding. Digital transformation is challenging us as human beings.
As an entrepreneur, manager or person responsible for personnel and organizational development, you are more in demand today than ever before. The challenge is to provide transformational leadership:
- To convey transformational leadership
- Discover employee potential
- Coaching managers
- Develop qualifications such as self-management
- Strengthen the personal responsibility of employees
- Strengthen empathy and communication within the company
- Master change processes
- Building a culture of learning
- Develop a value-oriented management culture
This is where proven and successful training and continuing education measures are needed to help build a leadership and corporate culture that enables all employees to successfully master the challenges of digital transformation.
If a company or an individual adheres to these disciplines, they achieve outstanding results – regardless of the goal.
Our programs around strategy and implementation
Organizations undergoing transformation need structure, clarity and a proven leadership system. The goal is to introduce a sustainable culture of collaboration that focuses on the core business objectives:
- Focus on the most important things
- Identify clear levers that will move the overall result forward
- Keep a compelling scoreboard
- Clearly define responsibilities
"The 4 Disciplines of Execution"
This organization-wide transformation process teaches and sustains the behaviors necessary to execute the most important goals. It ensures that managers and employees identify and execute their highest priorities through focusing on the “Wildly Important Goals”, translating “Top Goals” into specific actions, creating a compelling scoreboard, and holding each other accountable.
"The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership"
As a leader, you are facing unprecedented change every day. You are solving problems you have never encountered before. What worked yesterday can change overnight. Being a leader in this environment can be challenging, overwhelming, and stressful—but it can also be exhilarating and rewarding. So, how can we achieve great results and have an impact, even in times of change?
The 4 Essential Roles of Leadership will show you.
"The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team"
The role of the first-level leader has always been tough and today’s realities make the role even tougher. People skills typically account for 80 percent of success in this role. Yet many people are promoted because of their technical capabilities.
"The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People"
Renowned as the world’s premier personal-development offering, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” sets the foundation for professional effectiveness – increasing productivity, restoring balance, and developing greater maturity and responsibility.