7 Levers to Boost Leading & Deciding Momentum

Is your executive team providing a great example for the organization and giving them the right guidance to produce the results you want?

Is the Leadership team providing the Right Direction

Here are seven levers I look at with executive teams.

  1. Can leaders trust each other? Do they have each other’s back? Leaders Can Trust Each Other

  2. Do they engage in unfiltered conflict? In that they say what they really mean rather than what others want to hear? Unfiltered Conflict Around Ideas

  3. Can they commit regardless to the plans they draw up together? Committed to Joint Plans

  4. Are they holding each other accountable? Peer Accountability

  5. Do they care more about results than about titles. Caring About Results–a Lot

  6. Is the top leader showing humility, especially when things go wrong? Top Leader Showing Humility

  7. Are they nevertheless resolved to bring out the best in everyone? Resolve to Bring Out The Best

Leadership and Decision Making is just one of the 11 levers in our full FastAtScale™ model.

Take the test yourself by sending an email to fastatscale@R13K.CO FastAtScale Health Check

Helps the team stay high level & focused

Ahryun Moon, CEO, GoodTime, San Francisco, CA

About Midstage Institute

We focus our practice on midstage startup companies that need to remain agile, and where what used to work for the smaller startup just isn’t as effective anymore.

 

We ensure founders and leadership teams win, with our over 40 years experience in venture-backed tech startups. We are Silicon Valley veterans with the scars and wins to prove it. We don’t use an inflexible off-the shelf methodology, we adapt best practices to you, your market, your company, and your leadership team.

 

We always:

  • Focus on right sized best practices to get to the next level
  • Focus on the 20% of effort that will yield you 80% of the benefits
  • Teach Perfection is the enemy, better is your partner and ally
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