Welcome back to the Lucrative Leadership Conversations podcast! Over the past two episodes, we have discussed how leaders can master change by leveraging their conversations to impact others within the organization. Today, we look at one of the most critical decisions of effective leadership: Creating foundational business outcomes.
My co-host, Gene Morton, has developed the Leaders First Process, which includes “6 Bold Steps” leaders can take to sustain performance and create a collaborative structure that aligns with your vision. In episode 4, we introduced the 6 Bold Steps with Step #1: Leaders agree to commit to personal responsibility. Today, we introduce and unpack Step #2: Defining critical business outcomes. Gene and I discuss what these critical outcomes are, what they are not, and how they act like a compass pointing toward profitability. Developing critical business outcomes will allow leaders to greatly improve Clarity and Focus within their organization.Read more →
In the world of business, the goal today is increased team collaboration. This concept has gained traction and evolved significantly over the last couple of decades. But what is it, and how do we achieve effective collaboration among our teams in today’s shifting leadership environment?Read more →
Welcome back! This is Part 2 of my introduction to the context of the “Lucrative Leadership Conversations” podcast. Today’s episode is an Introduction to the technology and art of business conversations.
Let’s begin with a few questions:
Question #1 – Do you think greater clarity, focus, accountability, and commitment would improve the performance or your leadership team and your organization? Read more →
After seven business ventures and over 35 years of experience, I have learned several critical elements to developing a sustainable business that remains profitable over time. One of these critical elements is relevant business science that impacts our conversations in leadership as managers, supervisors, and especially CEO’s.
Let’s look at 7 psychological factors of effective business science that have a direct influence on our leadership capacity. Once we are aware of these areas, we can determine both our strengths and shortcomings to guide us towards deeper and more effective leadership.
How do Leaders sustain performance and profitability living into an exponentially changing future and leverage the collective intelligence within their organizations? How can Leaders create clarity, improve focus, increase accountability and gain commitment that results in superior performance. This is the focus of our brand new Lucrative Leadership Podcast.