At The Barth Syndrome Foundation, there is alignment around mitigating and eliminating Barth-related suffering and loss of life.
It’s not enough to say the right things to your team. Be sure you believe in the cause as much as they do.
Giving executives leverage must extend after the communication. Deliver on your promises. Making sure you and others do what you said you would.
Leadership is about inspiring and enabling others to do their absolute best together to realize a meaningful and rewarding shared purpose. Teams need heroes.
Plan ahead to give yourself confidence in your results. Read ahead to make the best of whatever situation you find yourself in. Or you could wing it and wonder why it didn’t work.
Make your meetings impactful by being clear of the expected outcome. Drive to a current best solution, decision or action steps by the end of the meeting.
Change need to be understood – why, what and how – before people will act. Communication is key.
Make sure you are providing positive consequences to desirable behaviors and negative consequences to undesirable behaviors.
Hyper-committed people aren’t going to follow your direction. They do whatever it takes to drive the organization’s purpose.
You want the people around you to bring their different perspectives to the game