Executive Leadership Teams:
Thoughts – Attitudes – Motives
Executive leadership teams are responsible for and required to consider and care for the hearts, minds, and lives of all who engage with their organization (employees, customers, vendors, and alliances). Individuals engage with an organization eager to contribute and make a difference in the world, themselves, and their lives.
Executive leadership teams must establish the environment in which that happens effectively and efficiently. In the leap from good to elite, leadership teams make building a positive environment a priority. And, they have the structure and discipline to make it happen. Leadership structure and discipline are foundational to assure transparency and to build trust.
Leaders must monitor and build up their thoughts, attitudes, and motives so they may conduct their responsibilities at an elite level. Thoughts must be positive toward others. Attitudes must reflect inordinate respect for each individual. Motives must be trustworthy and founded in what is right for others.
Often the intentions are good and honorable. Books get read, webinars attended, peer groups provide input, and friends share their thinking. Yet much of the wisdom and insights shared and received are not implemented. Intent rarely makes a dent. Good is rarely good enough.
Elite performance and outcomes require structure and discipline. Creating and using a defined and clarified executive leadership system provides the structure and discipline within which the items described above get fully applied.
We are passionate about helping executive teams get to their exceptional level.
To help this movement, I have devoted years to building the system presented in the Exceptional Executive Teams book. I wish I had known this earlier in my life. I would have contributed to others’ lives even more positively.
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