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Midrange Strategy

October 16th, 2014

First I listed 5 Per­spec­tives Every Leader Must See which began with — Cur­rent Real­ity, and then I touched on the impor­tance of Long-Term Vision. As impor­tant as these first two per­spec­tives are, they inad­ver­tently cre­ate a Gap of Oppor­tu­nity. This gap between today and some dis­tant time in the future are where Midrange Strat­egy, plan­ning and goal set­ting come into play.

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Vision

Leaders Must See it First

October 3rd, 2014

Vision, vision, vision, vision, vision!

I am sure many of you are sick of read­ing about this less than con­crete lead­er­ship man­date, but I am absolutely con­vinced that too many of you are not reach­ing your full lead­er­ship poten­tial because you don’t have the clar­ity needed or have lost sight of what is most important.

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Many of you have heard me coach that all lead­ers must have what I call ‘bifo­cal vision’. I have to admit that this is not enough. What I have observed as the CEO of Build­ing Cham­pi­ons, Inc. as well as from the thou­sands of coach­ing engage­ments we have had with bril­liant lead­ers over the past two decades, is that the best lead­ers see their busi­nesses from five dif­fer­ent perspectives.

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We’ve lost a dear friend, client and war­rior. Josette Sul­li­van impacted so many of us in amaz­ing ways over the years, and all who knew her will feel her absence. Instead of read­ing from me today, please lis­ten to the mes­sage Josette shared with our audi­ence at the Expe­ri­ence back in 2011. Her story is pow­er­ful and rein­forces how the choices we make each and every day will influ­ence the sto­ries of our lives.

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Coming Together

June 27th, 2014

Here at Build­ing Cham­pi­ons, our entire team gets together sev­eral times a year for dif­fer­ent rea­sons.  Coaches fly in from around the coun­try and the rest of us take a break from our every­day scenery to attend “Sum­mit” because these times together are meant to change our view. We sac­ri­fice time away from our fam­i­lies, our homes and our rou­tines in order to ben­e­fit from these gatherings.

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