A great strategy must be accompanied by great execution. Leading a global team to successful, strategic implementation requires organization, momentum, and adaptability.
Suggestions to improve strategic vision include getting in the know on both company specific information and general world happenings, spending time with a variety of people, and embracing unconventional ideas.
Andrew Brewer, Rebekah Kimball, Lanie Beard and John Miller
Leaders and organizations have a responsibility to the individuals they interact with. Acting efficiently and effectively requires local savvy.
Successful global leaders focus on setting and achieving measurable goals that reflect an organization’s values. Results are produced by providing guidance, incentives, and ongoing support to teams.
Self-awareness includes both internal and external components. These areas can be developed through meditation and seeking feedback from others.
Successful global leaders take risks. Learn from Mark Cuban, Travis Kalanick, and Drew Houston about three tips for better and smarter risk taking.
Andrew Brewer, John Miller, Rebekah Kimball and Lanie Beard
In order for leaders to avoid embarrassment and interact respectfully in foreign situations, they must learn to understand culture.
Learn from the world’s most influential about the power to influence. When used correctly, influence will help save time and avoid unnecessary frustration.