Transitioning to Senior Leadership: Explaining your Rationale

In our last post, we began the discussion on how to actually make the shift from consensus or compliance (depending on your tendencies) to commitment. The first of three focus areas was to provide intentional and structured communication to help win the hearts and minds of your people. 

The second, outlined here, is to explain "The Big Why." 

Have the Weird Conversations

Have you ever found yourself in a weird space at work - an awkward, strange, uncomfortable, how-did-this-happen kind of place? And then you just let it pass…and pass…and pass? 

Yes, You Need Team Building. But What Sort?

There are basically two different types of team-building programs – those designed to reward & those designed to fix organizational problems.

Want to Improve Team Performance? Focus Around Your Clients

How do you structure your teams to get the most out of each employee and deliver the best results for your customers?

Transitioning to Senior Leadership: Leading With Strategic Vision

In our last two posts, we began to explore the second mindset shift that leaders need to make to successfully navigate the transition into senior leadership. It’s a shift from a Problem Orientation to an Outcome Orientation.

Transitioning to Senior Leadership: The Importance of Peer Relationships

In our last post, we began to explore the second mindset shift that leaders need to make to successfully navigate the transition into senior leadership. It’s a shift from a problem orientation to an outcome orientation.

The three components to actually making this shift are (1) cross-organizational advocacy, (2) driving strategic vision, and (3) building people capacity. We’ll explore the first component in this post.

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