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know that the decisions they make set direction. But are they using balanced
business priorities? Are shifting organizational and market realities
factored into the
2. What will contribute to market growth and/or customer
3. What structures and/or systems will be most effective?
4. What will maximize our resources and/or improve performance?
5. What type of culture will help us learn and grow?
6. What are the emerging opportunities that will position us for
questions are not new, but addressing them in a systematic matter results in
an integrated view of what it takes to be a leader. Successful leaders
recognize that they
priorities enables individuals to develop others, influence decision-making,
who target broader results, who prepare people for current and future
Mary Lippitt is President of Enterprise Management Ltd., a consulting and
training firm in Bethesda, MD. She specializes in leadership, the
implementation of change, and effective team strategies. She has developed a
tool, The Leadership Spectrum Profile, to assess leaders' decision-making
priorities. For further information contact her at [email protected]
or visit and visit www.leadershipspectrum.com.
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