How do we know if we are successful as leaders? What leadership performance metrics can we measure to gauge or compare our success as leaders? These questions have bubbled up in many of my client sessions. Verne Harnish (founder of Gazelles Inc.)
Building your company is challenging work. Your ability to survive and scale up is not built around one person, but a team of the right people. How would you answer this question: "Would you enthusiastically rehire everyone on your team right now?"
Your future matters. The building blocks of your success– people, products, partnerships, brands, operations, capabilities, culture, customers – must work together in concert as part of a strategy to define your future. Future and strategy Your
Why do some companies excel and others do not? What makes some companies successful while other struggle? We are all looking for competitive advantage. Companies that have found it usually have identified their X-Factor. X-Factor? Your X-Factor
“Being a leader is perhaps the hardest challenge any of us will ever face. No matter how long we work at it, practicing the right behaviors is a never-ending task. Knowing – and avoiding – the wrong ones is too.” This quote from Jack Welch really
If you can’t state your strategy in a sentence, you don’t have one! Many companies think they have a strategy, but usually what they have done is focus on steps, goals, and objectives or issues owners and leadership teams often think about. To have