Become a Fully Rounded Leader
Leadership theories seem to be a dime a dozen. It seems like every business writer has their own view of how you should lead.
Some will try to tell you the "secrets" of leadership. The plain truth is there really are no secrets. What we do know is that there are contexts within which you must take the lead. We call this approach Context Based Leadership.
Identifying and understanding these contexts is critical to your success as a leader. For example, one context is values. You may have a set of personal values that drive your daily decisions and actions, while others have different values, which could even be in conflict with yours.
In another context, you may feel a sense of urgency because there is a looming crisis that will need everyone's attention, while others may not feel this urgency.
And finally, you may have a vision of a desired future, while others may have a much different vision, or perhaps none at all.
Context based leadership covers three scenarios in which a leader must provide guidance, direction and support:
We assist our clients to develop strategic plans that are clear, focused and capable of execution.
We work with our clients to develop leadership bench strength to support their strategic plans.
We help our clients develop aligned, high performing, cohesive teams who execute strategy.
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