Like the great Rosetta Stone broke through language barriers, Leadership in Context could prove to breakthrough leaderships development barriers in the workplace.
Corporate goals are different than individual or team goals, but they are a critical resource to close the gap between large organizational strategies and effective execution of those strategies. But corporate goals are more than just generating revenue or cost savings. Corporate goals should address common objectives of customer satisfaction, stockholder value, increasing the overall value of the organization, and other objective details that demonstrate real business results. Defining larger corporate goals correctly creates the framework in which your business can get to the next level within the market you live in.
Feedback is a skill! All great performance is shaped by good feedback, but how we deliver that feedback may impact our future ability to influence others in a positive way. Great leaders are intentional about how they deliver information about performance and realize the effective feedback is an essential skill for leaders to learn and develop others to higher levels of excellence.