Recent extensive research has revealed a disproportionate percentage of executives were unprepared to inspire and lead themselves and others to achieve higher levels of performance in an increasingly complex and demanding global marketplace. Powerful executives are those who consistently produce excellent results while maintaining personal energy and enhancing their relationships as well as the skill and commitment of those they lead.… Read more
I see often that Companies move younger employees with less experience into executive roles faster than ever. And they don’t always prepare these leaders for what they will find at the top. Its my role with SMU to assist leaders prepare for their future roles.
That’s just one reason 50-70% of executives fail within the first 18 months of promotion into an executive role, either from within or coming from outside the organization(Of those, about 3% “fail spectacularly,” while nearly 50% “quietly struggle.”).… Read more
You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional? We’re on our last leg now. The team trust one another, have productive meetings where positive conflict is mandated, share commitments and hold each other accountable… but a lack of focus on results can ruin a happy group.
You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional? IN the last three weeks we’ve reviewed lack of trust, fear of conflict and lack of commitment. This week, lets review avoidance of accountability.
You’ve inherited what you consider a dysfunctional team, but what makes you think they are dysfunctional? IN the last two weeks we have discussed the real basis for dysfunction a lack of trust and an inability to manage conflict. Once you’ve overcome these two- we get to addressing a lack of commitment.