Knowing why you’re working towards specific goals is hugely motivating. Effective leadership provides that knowledge—but how? Here are several tactics to the strategic development of targets and goals.
- The leaders of an organization are the ones…who have the responsibility not only for coming up…with the vision and strategic approach…for the business, they have to be able…to communicate that to the entire organization…in ways that everyone can understand.…Just being told, this is your job, do it,…is not an especially inspiring message, is it?…Knowing why you're working toward…certain goals is hugely motivating.…
Effective leadership provides that knowledge.…Now, I have a pet peeve that I'm going…to rant about for a minute.…Over my career, I've sat in…on innumerable strategic planning sessions…where we spent hours developing two,…three, or even five-year plans.…But do you know what happened much too frequently?…Six months down the road, the plan is changed…or abandoned for some other pressing priority.…
I get that things change, and it's important to be able…to react to change when it happens, but it's also important…to be realistic in your goal-setting.…If your business is volatile enough…that you can't reliability predict two years out,…
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