Good time management is about making the best use of your own time by helping your team members make the best use of their time.
The most effective CEOs concentrate their efforts on leading with vision and values. They can do this because they delegate managing.
Most of your team’s unproductive conflicts can be turned into creative problem solving exercises if all implemented action-impact-effect leadership.
Recognize a major change with an enduring impact for what it is and hit a restart button early and decisively.
As an early career executive, your priorities should be building your personal brand for the future. As later career executive, shift your priorities to things that will make an impact.
The best service-focused organizations are led by chief experience officers who are devoted to customer experience.
It’s an ongoing leadership question in terms of the tradeoff between values and results.
At the top of the best delivery-focused organizations sits a chief enroller.
The only four ways to succeed as a CEO are to act as chief enabler, enforcer, enroller or customer experience officer.
The combination of instincts and skills to survive and deliberately developed new strengths to thrive.