I've published a short report which describes seven qualities successful emerging leaders have in common. After you've read it, you'll have a precise idea of exactly what to look for when you are hiring or promoting people in your company.
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Which of the above areas is weakest in your company? Some leaders are strong at asking the big picture questions, but fail to follow up. Some set too many priorities, and can’t say “no” to good ideas, despite limited resources. Others are strong at executing, but lack the vision to develop compelling strategic initiatives.
To find out where you stand strategically, download this short strategic assessment:
Eric Anderton serves as an objective resource to assess your leadership, and then work with you to make sure that your organization has this pipeline of leaders in place. Once that happens, the benefits are tremendous:
- Growth increases, because you have people ready to help the organization grow, and then run expanded operations.
- You have more time to spend on strategic issues.
- People have more opportunity to move up, and so morale and loyalty increase.
- Your company becomes a magnet for top talent, because prospective employees know that they have opportunities to develop and advance.
Find out whether your organization follows the best practices of succession planning and developing a pipeline of leaders.
Kick Ass Business Meetings
Something is “kick-ass” if it’s powerful and effective. The Kick-Ass Meeting (KAM) format is a powerful and effective three-step process that will help you run killer meetings that people will look forward to attending. Using KAM, you’ll be able to present a problem to your team members, and lead them through brainstorming, prioritization, and action planning.
Do Your Meetings Kick-Ass?
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Construction Leaders Dashboard
As a construction leader you know the right tool makes all the difference.
Use the Dashboard, put pen to paper and define your personal goals and relate them to your leadership responsibilities and your company’s objectives.
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