Building and maintaining awareness of external and internal factors that could significantly impact the organization. Examples include changing industry trends, marketplace conditions and customer expectations as well as internal culture, systems and financial capabilities.
Enabling success by developing skills along the leadership pipeline from managing others to managing a function, business, and enterprise (Charan, 2000).
Appreciating the organization as a system impacted in specific ways by internal and external stressors. We incorporate principles of systems psychology to interpret, understand and manage system dynamics.
Developing and executing effective growth and differentiating strategies to ensure organizational vitality.
Creating and implementing plans to sustain business growth from the individual to the enterprise level.
Leveraging assessment and feedback strategies to identify opportunities to improve leadership style and behavior on the individual level. Then experimenting with and evaluating new leadership behaviors to increase effectiveness.