Executive Leadership Coaching
1 minute read
Sep 2, 2016
Written by: Shawn Sweeney
It’s amazing how quickly the honeymoon-phase ends as the realities of a new role set in. Before we know it, our calendars are packed with back-to-back meetings and are inboxes are over-flowing. However, starting a new role with the right approach and plan can greatly reduce stress…it might even catch the eye of your boss. Here are few things to think about as you transition:
Transitioning to a new role typically brings out renewed focus and an increased energy-level. Having a plan enables you to harness these positive forces and gain some early momentum.
When I begin working with a new client or team, there’s one thing I listen for to give me an indication of how well the team delivers. The questions, or lack thereof, that the leader asks. To ensure consistent delivery, leaders need to be asking these critical questions on a regular basis:
Critical Initiative Delivery 1 minute read
Congratulations, you’re halfway through your year! Now’s the time you should be focused on your midyear business review, an essential check-in on — and check-up for — the goals you set in January. Your midyear business review is both a status update and a plan for the rest of the year.
Executive Leadership Coaching 3 minute read
When it comes to organizational change, I like to compare change management to something legendary football coach Lou Holtz is quoted as saying “Life is 10 percent what happens to you and ninety percent how you respond to it.” Today organizational change is inevitable. Big or small, all organizations experience change. When it comes to change management, how you respond to organizational change is essential to your success.
Executive Leadership Coaching 2 minute read
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