When we say what we want to say or send the email we want to send without considering its impact on the other party, we can be damaging productivity and/or the performance of the team.
What Barry and Queen Victoria recognized was the power of presence. Not necessarily having the answer but being in the trenches working with their teams to find the answers.
Leaders develop with experience. Not just the experience of success but also through the pain and disappointment of failure.
Clients often ask, “How can I wield more influence?” Or, “How can I create a bigger impact?” Personal Presence is hard to define and yet when we encounter it we recognize it. I remember looking at a gym that had some unknown (to me) martial arts class. I watched a …
“The coolest thing about an iPod is you can take your entire music collection with you in your pocket.” This caused the stock to rise almost 7%. This was because Jobs was able to create a meaningful picture in the markets eyes.
How does one avoid this drift? There is a need for a regularly scheduled and structured Alignment Conversation. This is where the executive and then cascading through the organization, operational leaders connect and make sure that everyone is contributing to the overall goals NOT just their own.