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Esecuzione di Strategie 2. i sette comportamenti primari del leader

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Esecuzione di Strategie 2. i sette comportamenti primari del leader

  1. 1. Strategy ExecutionStrategy Execution The Discipline of GettingThe Discipline of Getting Things DoneThings Done
  2. 2. ThreeThree Building Blocks ofBuilding Blocks of ExecutionExecution
  3. 3. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’sThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsSeven Essential Behaviors Building Block Two: Creating ExecutionBuilding Block Two: Creating Execution CultureCulture Building Block Three: The Job NoBuilding Block Three: The Job No Leader Should Delegate – Having theLeader Should Delegate – Having the Right People in the Right PlaceRight People in the Right Place
  4. 4. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 1. Know Your People and Business.1. Know Your People and Business. Leaders have to live their business. In companies that don’t execute, the leaders are usually out of touch with the day-to-day realities
  5. 5. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 2. Insist on Realism2. Insist on Realism • Realism is the heart of execution, but many organizations are full of people who are trying to avoid or shade reality • Start by being realistic yourself. Then make sure realism is the goal of all dialogues in the organization
  6. 6. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 3. Set Clear Goals and Priorities3. Set Clear Goals and Priorities • Leaders who execute focus on a very few clear priorities that everyone can grasp • Focusing on three of four priorities will produce the best results for the resources at hand
  7. 7. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 4. Follow Through4. Follow Through • Clear, simple goals don’t mean much if nobody takes them seriously • The failure to follow through is widespread in business, and a major cause of poor execution
  8. 8. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 5. Reward the Doers5. Reward the Doers • If you want people to produce specific results, you reward them accordingly. • This fact seem so obvious, yet many corporation do such a poor job of linking rewards to performance that there’s little correlation at all
  9. 9. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 6. Expand People’s Capabilities via Coaching6. Expand People’s Capabilities via Coaching • As a leader, you’ve acquired a lot of knowledge and experience – even wisdom – along the way. Your job is passing it on the next generation of leaders. • This is how you expand the capabilities of everyone else in your organization, collectively and individually.
  10. 10. Building Block One:Building Block One: The Leader’s SevenThe Leader’s Seven Essential BehaviorsEssential Behaviors 7. Know Yourself7. Know Yourself Without emotional fortitude, you can’t be honest with yourself, deal honestly with business and organizational realities, or give people forthright assessments.

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