Set and achieve your vision for your organization.
Typical coaching objectives include:
- Design your tactical and strategic visions to minimize risks to their stability and effectiveness.
- Monitor the health of your tactical and strategic ideas as they work their way through the organization.
- Improve communications by viewing your tactical and strategic visions through the eyes of others.
Next step: Ask me how to help you to focus and shape ideas about your organization—when you first arrive or are taking a new direction. You may also set up a complimentary coaching session.
Get people on board with your vision.
Typical workshop or meeting objectives include:
- Align team member’s ideas of their own accountabilities with the tactical and strategic vision of the organization.
- Weed out activities that do not contribute to achieving the organizational vision.
- Develop a common framework and vocabulary that enables collaboration toward a common goal.
Next step: Talk to me about a workshop to ensure team activities are aligned with your vision.
Motivate people to focus their energies where it matters.
Typical presentation objectives include:
- Raise awareness of practical value of cross-organizational collaboration.
- Challenge silo-owners to build bridges to enable the success of each.
- Share lessons learned about cross-organization collaboration from research on my book, “Leading Through Ideas.”
Next step: Ask me about a practical and motivational presentation to encourage cross-organization collaboration.