Habits that drive accountability
Many leaders struggle with how to hold people accountable for effective execution. What should you do when someone misses a deadline or a commitment?
What does accountability look like specifically?
One of things that sets organizations with a high capacity for execution apart from those that struggle, is that they pay attention to creating good habits on even on small things. Read More
A chance to win a 1-1 coaching program with me
I’m very excited to share all the ideas in my upcoming book MOVE to help leaders (at all levels) be more effective and execute their important strategies more decisively, more predictably, faster, and with more confidence. Read More
The Monday MOVE Idea
Each Monday until the launch of my upcoming book MOVE, I’ll be sharing an important idea from the book. This week: Long Term Goals are Hard for Humans
Think of your strategy like your New Years resolution
Oh, wait…that’s the problem! Read More
The Monday MOVE Idea
Each Monday until the launch of my upcoming book MOVE, I’ll be sharing an important idea from the book.
This week: Good and Bad Measures
The right measures
Many managers struggle to know if they are measuring the right things. Read More
For years I have been trying to figure out why so many leaders tolerate poor execution and do nothing about it.
One unfortunate issue I see quite regularly is simply that some “big” executives seem to believe that execution is beneath them. Read More
This month’s webinar was on Leading Business Transformation.
If you missed it, you can download the podcast!
This is a useful webinar to download if you need to:
- Get a strategic initiative off the ground and make it stick
- Get stronger engagement and motivation from your team
- Keep important work on track despite urgent crises and demands
- Make sure your team and strategy are tuned for success
Get there this time! Read More
A simple question…
One time when I was running a large organization at HP, I asked my financial analyst partner, “What is the current headcount in my organization?”
He said “How accurate an answer do you need?” Read More
There are several things that stall progress, but one that occurs a lot is the human tendency to avoid conflict.
It’s almost impossible for a team to make progress on something new, without raising, and working through at least some uncomfortable conflict. Read More
Every month I do a webinar on a topic of business leadership
as part of my membership program.
This month’s webinar was on Ruthless Priorities & Strategy.
(Get invited to future webinars)
If you missed it, you can download the podcast! Read More
Are we still doing this?
How can you make sure you are still making progress on that goal you committed to in that offsite meeting 6 months ago?
In my work with management teams helping them execute their strategy, this issue comes up over and over again. Read More