The keys to the c-suite go beyond your promotion; success now depends on working well with a new team of seasoned players. Turf wars or differences in perspective based in various backgrounds can stall your company from achieving its goals. Most leaders have become successful for their ability to think and work independently and they are used to telling others what to do and comfortable with that process. But as part of the c-suite, you are suddenly working with peers from vastly different disciplines to agree on strategy and timing with interdependencies when you’ve been used to leading your own organizational silo.
One solution to making the transition a smooth one is through understanding how to drive team alignment and allow peer feedback to drive you. Influencing others while also accepting guidance from them can build a more open and productive environment in the c-suite. Establishing this kind of a learning culture may be the most important gift you can give your organization to set it up for future sustainability and leadership development. This webcast focuses on effectiveness of a top team and how its members can help develop others, and be developed by others, in order to drive top team performance.
Don’t miss these takeaways:
What unique secret drives c-level team performance, and has for 5,000 years.
What key sabotage factor thwarts effective implementation of this secret.
Which 3 techniques enable successful implementation of this secret today.
How peer-based coaching and development methods can be superior in supporting necessary development in driving these techniques into action.
Why these methods should be an organizational priority to enhance rapid strategic implementation for enhancing profits and market share penetration.