Meta Leadership: "Next Practices"
over "Best Practices" for sure.
In Meta Leadership, Michael Stattelman pulls back the curtain and shows you the techniques to accelerate your effectiveness as a leadership and how you can mold a superstar team who are committed to continual excellence. Here's a snippet of what you're going to discover: Addressing Latency, for quick wins. How to use real incentives to bring out the best in your team. Wargaming scenarios. The power of 3's How to deal with the Agency Problem. How to capitalize time! How to make better and faster decisions. ...and tons more! Designed for professionals and career-minded people, Meta Leadership is chock-full of profound insights and practical, actionable advice you can use to improve your leadership skills. Whether you're a Fortune 500 executive or an entry-level employee, there's something in these pages for you.
"Your people ARE your organization" Everyone knows someone who works for an organization they despise, why is that? It could be the individual just has an overall bad attitude or it could be the leadership of that organization is similar to many others that management does not realize the actual capacity of their job. By that I mean MANAGING people. As I stated in the previous section “People build systems/application for people”. Not discounting the importance of any other of the job functions of leadership but the ones who are staffed with a despondent workforce are Captaining the titanic and that ice berg is not that far off. What are your processes or policies for succession planning? Do your people know what their “next level” is for your organization? Do you keep a staff profile that is easily accessible for you in times of meetings or if they request to meet with you? What is your office communication plan, is it flat or a hierarchy? Why or why not? What are the single points of failure that need to be addressed from a staff perspective? How are they being addressed currently?
Discover the secret to effectively and efficiently leading teams with this ultimate guide to leadership. In our fast-paced, highly competitive world of today, powerful leaders are often sought after for their ability to get things done and marshal people to work as a team to achieve a specific objective. The problem is that most people involved in the really technical aspects of an organization—C-level and Mid level executives, Analysts, Engineers, Accounting and many more—often have under developed skills, limiting them from accomplishing their absolute best.