comes to those who. . .listen, internalize and
Learn about our five "C's for Effectiveness" and
how our expertise maximizes talent while expanding
- COMMON PURPOSE
Many individuals possess and utilize the leadership
assets listed above. Even so, there is no substitute
for skills, systems and structures (including continuous
monitoring) with reference to functioning effectively.
An integrity-centered leader is able to:
- Plan - where you are going and
create the written plan.
- Organize - how you are going to
get there, specifically.
- Staff - with integrity-centered
colleagues who hasten achievement.
- Direct - with clarity what is
to be accomplished, by when; avoiding dictating the "how
- Control - through success milestones;
recognizing and rewarding accomplishment; simultaneously
identifying warning signs, taking preventative actions