Leadership Insights on Leading a Culture of Execution

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Are you ready to get the job done? If so, you need to first let it go! Leading a culture of execution starts with delegation. To develop high-performance teams, empower others, define project expectations, and create a level playing field.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Acquire insights on the three steps leaders must take to frame work so that employees know what to expect from themselves and others on any given project.
    Acquire insights on becoming a successful manager by enabling your team and making sure things get done.
    Acquire insights on how to move everyone in the same direction by instilling the company values and culture.
    Acquire insights on how to build an effective strategy using the four ps--purpose, picture, plan, and part.
    Acquire insights on how to create a culture of inclusion where anyone can bring ideas to the table and their unique perspectives will be valued.
  • Acquire insights on how to empower others by following certain rules and practices to become more results-oriented.
    Acquire insights on how to know if the strategy that has been implemented is really working or not.
    Acquire insights on the importance of both ‘knowing’ and ‘doing’ for leaders.
    Acquire insights on how to define the meaning of “done”, that is, what factors determine that any given task is complete.

IN THIS COURSE

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    1.  Three Steps Leaders Must Take to Frame Work
    1m 51s
    Framing work lets employees know what to expect from themselves and others on any given project. FREE ACCESS
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    2.  Success at Execution is About Enabling Others
    1m 31s
    Success as a manager means being great at execution, but execution doesn’t mean doing it all yourself. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Alignment Depends on Behaviors
    4m 16s
    Getting everyone moving in the same direction starts with values and culture. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Strategy: What's Your Purpose, Picture, Plan, and Part?
    2m 30s
    The way that strategy ties into tactics, and vice versa, is not always immediately obvious. Using the Four Ps helps connect the dots. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Create Cultures of Inclusion
    4m 31s
    Creating cultures of inclusion means creating an equal playing ground where anyone can bring ideas to the table and where their unique perspectives will be valued. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Empowerment Rules
    1m 40s
    Empowerment doesn't happen simply because leaders tell employees they're empowered. Leaders must mandate empowerment. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  How Do You Know If the Strategy is Working
    1m 6s
    To stay current with his organization, a CEO periodically assembles ten or twenty of his top 100 executives on a Webinar to talk openly about their projects, picking different groups each time. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  The Knowing-Doing Gap
    3m 55s
    Sources of a gap include: talk substitutes for action, companies measure the wrong things, are living in the past, or are filled with fear. To combat fear let people make mistakes. Measure globally. Eliminate unnecessary practices. Leaders should both know and do. FREE ACCESS
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    9.  What Does "Done" Mean?
    1m 20s
    The fundamental thinking process of getting things done involves identifying what doing looks like, where it takes place, and what factors determine the thing is complete. FREE ACCESS

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