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Succession – Plan to Return

Succession - Plan to Return

 

Refining processes and developing the next generation of leaders are fundamental to succession planning. I’ve worked with my clients on these key succession planning and talent development steps for years. However, during a coaching call with an executive this past week, I learned a valuable insight into HOW I need to guide my succession planning clients going forward. The leaders need to plan for succession as if THEY were going to return to the company.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on April 19, 2022 in Succession Planning and tagged , , , ,

 

Culture Starts at the Top

Culture Starts at the Top

 

This past week validated that regardless of what you say you want your company culture to be, what it actually IS is dependent upon you, the leader.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on March 29, 2022 in Leadership Development and tagged , , ,

 

Buying a Business? Don’t Overlook the Soft-Skills

Buying a Business? Don’t Overlook the Soft-Skills

 

Because of the ‘shake-out’ that’s occurred with our economy over the past year, there are more companies than ever looking to sell, and therefore, more opportunities to buy. If you’re like a few of my clients, smart acquisitions are part of your strategic plan. However, as you identify criteria your ideal targeted acquisition candidates need to have (i.e., revenues, margins, location, equipment, staff, etc.), consider two ‘soft-skills’ items that can make or break a successful post-acquisition integration: culture fit and business infrastructure fit.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 18, 2021 in Strategic Planning and tagged , , ,

 

Uh Oh. I Can’t Access What I Need

Uh Oh. I Can’t Access the Company Data I Need

When we needed to rapidly move to remote work status several months ago, for many of us, it was just a matter of working more from home than normal. We had the capability to access all or the bulk of our work files and systems remotely. For others, it was a matter of grabbing what files and equipment you thought you’d need for a few weeks and then heading home to then figure out how to: serve your customers while using your personal devices, identify ways to access the company’s network of digital and possibly some paper files, get information from colleagues also working remotely who have poor internet connectivity, while also integrating any new company equipment provided to you into your remote work worlds. In the immediacy of the need to work remotely, you made it work. However, as more and more of us are anticipating a permanency to either a completely remote or a partially remote work environment, it’s now a priority that we, as leaders, get control of where our organization’s files, equipment, and knowledge is being housed.

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on August 25, 2020 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , ,

 

What Is Your Leadership Doing to the Organization’s Culture?

Manager's Corner™: What Is Your Leadership Doing to the Organization’s Culture?

How much of an impact is your leadership having on your organization’s culture? If you don’t already know, it’s time to stop and assess its impact. If you do already know, and the impact you’re having isn’t positive, what are you doing to correct it?

If you already know the impact your leadership is having on your organization’s culture is not positive, what are you doing to correct it?

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Posted by Liz Weber CMC on May 21, 2019 in Leadership Development and tagged , , , , ,