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.
Why leaders must spend as much time thinking, talking about and acting outside-in as possible. Those following you will put their energy where you put your attention.
Every organization has a choice. They can turn a blind eye; they can become privacy compliant; they can invest to build a brand of trust and transparency.
Xerox has lost control over its core body functions. It looks like John Visentin is not going to survive his Hot Landing.
The new employment deal runs two-ways. Be clear on what you want and what you’re willing to give up to get it
Richard Anderson has to map those stakeholders at Amtrak. And if he doesn’t deal with the one that is more powerful than a locomotive, the light at the end of his tunnel will be an oncoming train.