As we near the end of 2019, it’s a good time to reflect on the year that has come and gone. If you’re taking time off during the holiday season, this may be the perfect time to reflect on your highs and lows over the past year. Keeping in mind both your organization’s goals and personal goals: What were some of the successes and failures?
Having a strategic planning meeting is important because it will help you generate two things among your team members: clarity and alignment.
Our Aligned Strategy Development methodology will take your team through all aspects of creating a strategic plan. You start by assessing where you are now, followed by looking at where you're going, all while engaging your people throughout the process. This will foster greater clarity and alignment among your team members, leading to higher performance and goal achievement.
Steve has been involved in leadership development for 30 years, which has allowed him to work with almost every kind of industry and business from top to bottom.
His experience has granted him a valuable perspective and the ability to identify what successful businesses have in common.
Up means down and down means up — We’ve all had colleagues who make it a practice of denying what we know is real. It happens in politics, science, business and anywhere: people whose beliefs are a million miles away from reality.
Justin lives in Atlanta, Georgia with his family and has been working with the organization for 12 years. His journey began when he met co-founders Duncan Kimani and Cornel Onyango in Kenya. The three passionate advocates eventually founded the organization to focus on helping those living with HIV in East Africa.
Picture this in your mind: You're a senior leader, and you just finished developing your strategic plan with your leadership team. You've reached alignment on your organization's vision and mission, and you're clear on your strategic priorities, goals and action items. Now, what do you do?
In this episode of our Strategy and Leadership Podcast, we were joined by Josh Schneider, Director at the Millennial and Employment Engagement Institute. Josh spends his days traveling, writing, and speaking at conferences, and has developed this institute to fund research that matches the stories and examples that were being seen in the workplace, along with topics such as meaningful and fulfilling work.