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Towson, MD 21204
PHONE: 888-481-3500
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Performance Execution: Long-Term Planning in a Short-Term WorldCOURSE ID: PELTPSTW
DESCRIPTION

The eleventh in a series of 12 modules from the Leadership Academy of Excellence™ Series, this program (with maps from Magee’s Risky Business: Wise Organizational Decision Making Skills at The C-Level© primer book), takes the managerial-leadership team through an evaluative series of Q&A exercises that helps determine if their independent and interpersonal actions are congruent with where they should be; if core competencies, core business units and core beliefs are aligned; and if not, how to re-evaluate where they should be. This session presents both strategic and tactical tools for evaluating and implementing decisions, with back-up plans and ways to minimize risk.

DESIGNED FOR: Middle to Upper Management, Executive Management, Government OfficialsFIELD OF STUDY: Business Mgmt & OrganizationLEVEL: IntermediatePREREQUISITES: Managerial experienceCOURSE PRODUCER: Business Learning InstituteCREDITS: 4.0OBJECTIVES:
  • This program will enable participants to:
  • Learn from the managerial-leadership psychology of why the ENRONs (of 2000) to Bank Of America’s/BoA (2011) may have really happened
  • Discover why the totality of these actions to date may have actually been misdiagnosed and thus remedied the entire collapse
  • Understand the eForce/cForce® concept
  • Explore how to facilitate immediate, intermediate, and long-term decisions without getting caught up in paralysis-of-analysis or procrastination
  • Identify the four core decision points to every decision
  • Explore how to determine who owns these decision points and enlist their constructive participation in the decision process
  • Utilize a power template of six core questions to ask
  • Explore Internal and external customer applicability as a managerial-leader using successful Fortune 100 models designed and applied in the last decade
  • Gain individual and group buy-in and commitment to decision for greater levels of execution effectiveness
HIGHLIGHTS:

* Strategic and tactical tools for evaluating and implementing decisions * Managerial-leadership psychology of why the ENRONs (of 2000) and Bank of America’s/BoA (2011) may have really happened * eForce/cForce® concept * Facilitate immediate, intermediate, and long-term decisions * Be mindful of decision implications on others * Four core decision points to every decision * Constructive participation in the decision process * Power template of six core questions to ask * Successful Fortune 100 models * Getting group buy-in and commitment to decisions

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