Understand the context. Choose your future. Then, most importantly, manage your personal brand in a way that strengthens long-term relationships.
In your second 100-days you need to turn your attention across, down and out to sustain momentum and deliver results.
To lead through a crisis, inspire and enable others to get things vaguely right quickly, and then adapt along the way – with clarity around direction, leadership and roles.
Take a disciplined approach to helping your boss review your work, provide insights, and help you move things forward.
Lose well now. Win the next time around.
It’s one of the acid tests of leadership. As a leader, it can’t be about you. The team needs to evolve over time.
To survive the big one, make sure your organization is fit for your environment, has a strong foundation and fundamentals, and passes the cookie test.
In this article you will find: (1) Three ideas that changed the way I personally think about things. (2) Key points from the convention’s interactive keynote and each of the breakout sessions.
The ideas below are from the breakout sessions of day one at the CEO Connection Mid-Market Convention.
The keys to getting the most out of conventions and large gathering are to prepare in advance, fully engage, and follow through with clarity around what you can contribute and what you need.