Strategic Leadership is to change your organization the way you want. You don’t just want change, though, because change means different, not necessarily better.
We could say develop, which implies better, but towards what end? More specifically we want to improve but in what ways? What we want is to improve how well we do what we do, or performance, and how much of it we do, or growth.
IntelliVen-U’s executive course teaches the exact opposite. The Strategic Leadership Immersion Program: Manage to Lead using the Seven Truths, which provides a plan of action and tools that will make any change happen just the way you want, is appropriate for individual leaders and especially useful for teams of up to five leaders who want their change initiatives to succeed.
Some leaders wonder: “Do I need to be a better manager?” or “Do I need to be a better leader?” The Seven Truths show how management works together with leadership, so you can: Manage to Lead.
Every leader stands to benefit from the opportunity to regularly review with outsiders what s/he seeks to do, what has been done to do it, what has happened and what has been learned so far, and what s/he plans to do next.
It is harder to set up, operate, and benefit from outside help than it may first appear. Click the featured image above for a slide presentation of lessons learned and best practices that, if followed, will lead to improved performance and growth thanks to help from Accountability Board Members and Subject Matter Experts.
As a leader who has served successful companies in the role of CEO, Peter knows how to develop and lead teams of high-powered, driven professionals. His emphasis is to create and implement plans that are true to the organization’s market, offerings, competence, and purpose. Today, as CEO of IntelliVen, Peter and his team help middle market companies achieve their full potential to perform and grow.
On Critical Mass for Business, Peter will talk about the seven truths every leader must acknowledge and wrap into his or her life. These truths emerged in a career that spans business, not-for-profits, government, and academia – and Peter will talk about how they can make the difference between success and failure.
About Critical Mass Radio Show
Critical Mass for Business Radio Show airs three times a week on radio station OCTalkRadio.net Richard hosts the popular internet-based business talk radio focused on topics of interest to CEOs running middle market firms across North America. Critical Mass for Business Radio Show is available on iTunes, Stitcher.com and www.ceopeergroups.podbean.com. Learn more at www.CriticalMassforBusiness.com.