Join John Ullmen for an in-depth discussion in this video Think strategically, part of Executive Leadership.
- Most people's thinking is dominated by the here and now,…but effective executives make a habit of…thinking ahead in time and space.…They think in a disciplined way about the future…and they think beyond their tasks and team.…They consider implications for their organization…as a whole as competitors, the economy,…social implications, even global developments.…That's strategic thinking.…It reveals problems and possibilities most others miss.…As an example, let me tell you about Glen Barros,…CEO of Concord Music Group.…
He's at the center of one of the most remarkable…stories in the history of modern music.…Ray Charles final recording.…Notice, the many levels of strategic thinking.…One, Barros purposed an innovative partnership…with coffee giant Starbucks to produce…their own recordings,…instead of licensing from various other record companies,…and sell the recordings in Starbucks cafes.…That was new.…Two, the first artist he purposed…was a brilliant choice, Ray Charles.…A world famous name,…but at that point, neat the end of his career,…
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- Understanding the four disciplines of executive leadership
- Thinking strategically
- Creating shared purpose
- Inspiring confidence—even under pressure
- Motivating and communicating
- Establishing priorities and focus
- Leading change
- Developing yourself<br><br>
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