The Leadership Playbook

The Success Formula for Great Leadership

4 Lessons You Need to Thrive in the C-suite

Lesson 1: Create a 5-Year Strategic Growth Plan

  • Gain a better understanding of how you should define your own growth strategy and where you should allocate resources for implementation.

  • Get the answers to the most crucial questions being asked by CEOs, CFOs and COOs, with respect to how they can capitalize on strategic business planning and what steps they should be proactively taking to implement their strategy to involve all employees.

  • Acquire tips to effectively communicate your company’s operating cash flows and costs to your board and investors.

Lesson 2: Improve Performance with Triannual Reviews

  • Carry out effective performance reviews that measure results, increase communication, and motivate employees.

  • Learn how to enhance employee development, make accountability “work” for you and your employees, deliver “negative” reviews in a positive way, and understand how other executives use triannual reviews as an important tool.

  • Get a comprehensive overview of a “reviewer prep list” to help those conducting reviews and understand how the list and items to cover are different at each point of the year.

Lesson 3: Lead Change Management Successfully

  • Drive improvements in new and challenging areas by empowering your entire company to accept and embrace change.

  • Successfully manage change by ensuring that significant changes within your management team and/or company are implemented in an orderly, controlled and systematic fashion.

  • Transform and align your organization with the most effective techniques that other executives have found to be most successful, including ways to address the human side of change management, how to embrace change at the executive level, articulating a formal case for change, and more.

Lesson 4: Master Public Speaking & Presentation Skills

  • Get sure-fire tips and tricks that are guaranteed to enhance your impact the next time you give a presentation, speech, or lead a discussion with colleagues or clients.

  • Use storytelling tools to get your message across and make it stick by connecting potentially dry content to your audiences’ life experiences; why humor is a critical aspect of good presentations and how to leverage it.

  • Get an in-depth analysis of the 3 major facets of great presentations: treating emotions as allies; using multi-media effectively; and being aware of pacing, posture, and punctuation.

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