board interviews are all about matching candidates’ strengths, motivation and fit with board needs.
If everyone treated executive onboarding the way McDonald’s brings its franchisees into the fold, the failure rates for new leaders would plummet.
While planning in advance beats jumping right in, best of all is planning ahead and getting a head start.
Answer three key questions before you accept the job to mitigate organization, role and personal risks:
The overriding lesson from yesterday’s college football playoff semi-finals was the importance of implementation.
You can’t help everyone. You can’t fix every problem. Don’t waste your time on problems or people you can’t help, or on people that don’t want your help, or on problems or people on which others can make a greater impact than you can. Sometimes you delegate. … [Read More...]