Last blog, FOCUS - Beware the Busy Manager, we shared a 2002 Harvard Business Review article of the same name. The research conducted indicates only 10% of managers have the right focus and energy to work on the stuff that truly matters.Read More
Strategic Discipline Blog
Quarterly meetings have a rhythm and agenda to enable our Gazelles Coached teams to celebrate victories and learn from their successes and failures. We’ve shared the intention and reason behind recognizing victories in What Are Your First Quarter Victories?Read More
The following blog was published on March 9th of 2015. I’m on vacation this week. With the first quarter of 2017 ending, I thought it a good time to remind you of the importance of quarterly planning and the value Annual planning provides for this.Read More
In my experience a lot of business leadership teams invest an exorbitant amount of time discussing and making changes on the wheels of the vehicle the company is driving, while very little time is invested in the direction for the vehicle the ultimate destination.Read More
The Scaling Up Workshops we do in the fourth quarter as Gazelles coaches serve as a tune-up to the work we engage our customers in for 2016 Annual Planning.Read More
My plan for this blog originally was the irony of freedom. The past three days working with an enthusiastic and dedicated group of leaders from a new customer who started with me in February for a private two day Rockefeller Habits Workshop. They’d previously attended the Four Decision Workshop in November.
Have you considered whether or not your business needs a business coach? Do you have the right structure for Annual and Quarterly Planning? What elements of Strategy or Execution can your business do better to achieve increased results?
What does an effective quarterly meeting look like?
We spoke on confidence before in Where Does Confidence Come From? Giving Positive Reinforcement. A reader posted a comment to LinkedIn reminding me of another place where confidence comes from.
A recent Inc. Magazine survey revealed 92% of CEOs believe their leadership teams agrees with and can communicate their strategy.