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Competency and actionable steps for developing your executive skills. The first category where executives seek to improve is Execution. Execution is the art of making things happen. Here are the Top 10 Execution Competencies for Executives.
Problems happen. That’s why we have sayings like “That’s life,” and philosophies like Murphy’s Law. While both of these reflect a cynical attitude, life does come with challenges. You can’t do business without facing and solving problems. Successful executives...
Running a business well requires you to continually develop and hone your business skills. Heres how you can enhance your business acumen. Knowledge is power. The more you know about business principles, the more you can apply them
Some executives are born organized. Organization is an attainable skill. Some areas for executives to focus on. How to Organize yourself and then others.
Maximize Current Time Management Systems. 5 Ways Executives Can Improve at Managing Time and Priorities. Each executive has 1440 minutes per day.
6 Ways Executives Can Get Better at Managing Meetings.When effectively managed, meetings will be useful and beneficial to everyone involved. You need to place a huge degree of importance on your meetings.
How to Improve at Leveraging Intelligence as an Executive. If you want to do better, then here are a few ways to take your performance to the next level. Leveraging Intelligence isn’t simply about being smart enough. It is about mental agility, open-mindedness, and the ability to draw brilliance from others.
Focusing means giving something intense and complete attention. Observe anyone glued to a screen during the Super Bowl and you’ll see an excellent example of focus. This is the kind of focus you, the executive, need to place on tasks and issues related to your...
Without feedback, people remain in the dark. They have no idea how they stand with their superiors or peers regarding what’s expected of them. Problems invariably worsen over time, so we need to use feedback to find solutions that help us adapt and adjust. Executives who are direct with those they lead change lives for the better.
Executives rarely complain about having too much fun at work. It makes me wonder if we discount the value of enjoyment to job performance. In the next 60 seconds, we’ll explore the power of play in even the most serious of careers
Practice power listening and you will become more informed, make better decisions, build valuable relationships, and come up with innovative ideas.
In our previous One-Minute Coaching™, we discussed how executives frequently overlook and undervalue the skill of listening. In the next 60 seconds, you will learn how to strengthen this critical ability. Ready? Set. Go! Your One-Minute Coaching™ How can executives...