6 Essential Elements to Organizational and Team Leadership

  1. Vision: “..a word picture that tells us where we are heading.”

A clear organizational Vision allows everyone we lead to know:

  • Where we are going
  • Why that is a preferred destination

2. Strategy, plans and, processes

These tools help us transform the Vision into reality along with some key milestones. 

3. Execution

Execution turns our organizational strategy into action steps

4. Talent Management

“If we get the right people on the bus, the right people in the right seats, and the wrong people off the bus, then we’ll figure out how to take it someplace great.” – Jim Collins, GOOD TO GREAT

Talent Management involves:

  • Maximizing our team’s talent
  • Developing our team’s talent

5. Future Talent Development

Future Talent Development Involves:

  • Recruiting talented people
  • Developing future leaders within our organization

6. Culture

Our organizational Culture involves the way we do work at our location:

  • Our physical spaces when working on-site
  • Appropriate communication with team members as well as clients and customers

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