As the CEO at the Leadership Bar, I am a U.S. Marine turned strategy and organizational behavioral consultant specializing in executive coaching, strategic leadership & execution, team building maneuvers, organizational behavior, crisis leadership and strategy. I work with corporations, non-profits and government entities.
A brilliant strategy or breakthrough technology can put you on the competitive map, but only solid, strategic and flawless execution can keep you there. You have to deliver on your intent, while fighting off opposing wills that set-out to derail you. Unfortunately, by their own admission, a large percentage of leaders aren’t very good at execution or dealing with crises.
To counteract this, our methods – using proven methodologies from the United States Marine Corps – places execution at the forefront using our Five W’s Agenda to help realize the behaviors that lead to a successful Future Picture:
WHO will be impacted – benefited, limited or eliminated?
WHAT are we applying our energy and resources against?
WHERE are we going? This is known as the compass heading and the target [Zulu] time.
WHEN do we plan to arrive to the ‘object’ location and desired effect/outcome?
WHY are we doing this? What is the descriptor about our purpose?
The Five W’s Agenda is the start to everything that leads to leadership’s success. It designs the road map to a strategic execution system that aligns business activities to the vision and strategy of the organization.
It creates a culture of execution and improves communications. And, it monitors organizational performance against strategic and financial goals. When fully deployed, it represents the Centers of Gravity for the organization’s nerve center, enabling leaders and teams to truly execute strategies, making real change matter and stick!
If what I’ve said resonates with you, if you are interested in discussing our leadership principles further, or if you’d like to learn how you can be involved in our programs, I can be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me directly at +1(267) 595-0720.
Thanks for allowing me to serve.