Executives need to be leaders, but that doesn’t always come easily. A leader has a vision, but are they articulating that vision to the rest of their team simply and succinctly?
I’ve worked with many leaders during my career and understand the challenges they face in moving their teams forward. If a leader isn’t naturally outgoing, what can they do to feel comfortable in their position? Some of the most effective leaders are naturally introverted. I know how difficult it can be for them to publicly articulate the vision they have in their head.
I work with leaders to develop the most effective method to communicate that vision. Their behaviors and actions directly impact their effectiveness and the effectiveness of their team. Vision has to be a constant point of conversation and has to go past the boardroom and filter into the daily discussion.
Leaders need to communicate the strategy for achieving their vision and talk about its implementation every day to all levels of the organization. By setting expectations, performance goals, rewards and consequences, employees are held accountable and nothing is left to chance.
If you are a leader struggling with realizing your vision, let’s get on the phone.