When you set goals as a leader, you want to be both aspirational and specific. Your team should know what the end state looks like and have a clear picture of how to get there. In this video, learn how to set clear and strategic goals that enable your team to take charge.
(lively music) … - [Speaker] As a leader, you want to be both aspirational, … and specific. … Let's tackle the aspirational part first. … That's the part that's most fun for me. … This is where you want to channel your inner Steve Jobs … or maybe Abraham Lincoln or Shonda Rhimes. … You want to, as a leader paint a picture of what's possible, … what could be the end state of what you want to achieve. … And for me, that's the most exciting part. … - [Speaker] And for me, I focus on the specificity. … This is where you channel I think your inner school teacher, … and get really specific around who is doing what, by when. … The level of granularity here is going to depend a lot … upon the skill set of your team, … the newer less developed team is going … to need more direction than a senior level team. … - [Speaker] We're going to talk to Kurt Shriner. … He's an Executive Vice President at Atlantic Capital Bank, … and he is a leader that is both aspirational and specific. … So, Kurt, a lot of your goals as a banker are quantitative, …
- Aligning your team and setting goals
- Holding high-impact one-on-ones
- Delivering feedback
- Navigating team conflict and change
- Recruiting talent
- Leading through disruption