Deciding Purpose, Priorities and Outcomes
You declare specific intentions and priorities. You clearly communicate actionable expectations and accountabilities. You act decisively on pending matters in a timely fashion after reasonable due diligence. Others can count on you to be declare yourself on important matters.
No matter what function you are responsible for in your organization, if you are going to lead, you need to think about strategy. Despite the daunting, almost mystical air that often surrounds the word, strategy does not result from super-human intelligence or godlike wisdom. Strategy means: 1) Anticipating the future, 2) Thinking about your choices… Read More ›