Leading Leaders: Achieving Organizational Goals Through Others
Move initiatives and goals forward by applying proven strategies for leading others.
If you’re a leader to whom other leaders report, you’re in a unique position. Leaders like you are “the central gear” in the organization—tasked with the critical challenge of getting the work done through others. This is accomplished through other leaders you lead, and/or by influencing the senior executives you report to. It also happens by leveraging your peer leader network inside and outside of the organization.
You’re responsible for such “big picture” efforts as helping shape organizational direction and strategies, developing strong networks to move initiatives forward, influencing corporate culture and more. However, if you can’t get work done effectively through others, virtually all your accountabilities may be jeopardized. Explore the challenges, best practices, methods and strategies that can help you get work done successfully through other leaders.