QUESTIONS FOR A FASTER, SMARTER, HAPPIER ENTERPRISE

QUESTIONS FOR A FASTER, SMARTER, HAPPIER ENTERPRISE

Are you seeking to develop new leadership skills to uplift your people and identify steps toward a faster, smarter, and happier enterprise? I suggest asking yourself these questions:

  1. What are we doing to create (or maintain) a collective vision?
  2. Do our people feel bigger and better after conversations with our leaders?
  3. How effective are we at matching our people to their work? How do we know?
  4. How effective are we at hearing and understanding our people? What are they telling us?
  5. How do we build bonds with all of our stakeholders including employees, customers, and suppliers?
  6. Why would our people approach (or be attracted to) improving our enterprise, and why would they avoid (or be fearful of) improvement?
  7. How often do our leaders “walk around”? What is the right frequency?

 

Your answers to these questions can help you to be a more effective leader, do great things for your people, have meaningful professional success, and achieve your enterprise transformation goals.

You can find more on lifting your organization to new heights in my book, Energized Enterprise.

 

 

 

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Marta has dedicated her career to leadership consultancy while serving as board member, author, catalyst, coach, mentor, researcher, speaker, trainer, volunteer, and fundraiser. An internationally acclaimed speaker, Marta energizes leaders and fuels change with her dynamic programs. From Washington DC to Scotland to South Africa to Singapore, program attendees leave feeling empowered with clear intention and laser focus on the actions needed to achieve new peaks of performance. With a passion to share proven strategies that drive client results, Marta has authored several business books including Energized Enterprise, Everybody’s Business, Leaders in Motion and the Transformation Desktop Guide. Marta serves as Chairman of the Board of Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA, Secretary of the Board for the Northern Virginia Technology Council, and is on the Board of Directors for the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) National Capital Chapter.