6 things to consider:
- Is your EA fully leveraged? (I’m trying to think if I’ve ever seen a situation where the answer was yes.)
- Do you have at least one deputy who is truly a right hand and can they take more off your plate?
- Are you setting aside weekly strategic thinking time – ideally with your deputy — that is consistently maintained and not bumped from your calendar?
- Is there a quarterly review process where you assess what more you can delegate and to whom? (For a copy of my paper on Controlled Delegation℠, email me: email@example.com)
- Are you building a Self-Correcting Team℠, one that can function without you, make decisions, and meet deadlines? (For a copy of my article, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Do you have the right people for the above?
For more on working with me directly to better focus your time on its highest and best use, write to me: email@example.com
Live Session on January 21! Leadership Courage for 2021. It is said that a crucible is a both a container and a trial from which something new is forged. 2020 was leadership’s crucible. On Thursday, January 21st at 3:00ET, I’m hosting a one hour workshop to share the learnings acquired in 2020 and the requisites for leadership courage in 2021. It’s time to begin again. And take your hard-won wisdom and experience and forge it into something new – and courageous — this year. Limited to 5 participants only. Intimate group setting for maximal learning and discussion. In support of courageous leadership, I’m offering this workshop at no charge. To reserve your spot, email me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org When the 5 spots are gone, they’re gone. Here’s to better, brighter, and bolder for 2021. Happy New Year!
Planning Your Virtual Spring or Summer Conference?
Conference season is underway and looks to be quite robust. To schedule a call and discuss how I can support your event as a keynote speaker or moderator of a panel discussion, write to me: email@example.com
Below you’ll find the topics that I’m speaking on in Q1.
Forged Under Fire: Leadership Courage for Our Times
How to lead and communicate with courage and conviction
Bringing the Outside In: Cultivating the Soil of Entrepreneurship in Your Organization
How to foster speed, grow innovation, and encourage hustle
Three of Eight: The 3 Key Factors for Magnificent Leadership® Emergence in 2021
The essential leadership actions for success in the new year
Reconnecting with Resilience™: The 4 Key Investments for Leading through COVID and Beyond
The 4 key investments to make in yourself and your team to successfully navigate the future
Magnificent Leadership® – Keys to Leading through Uncertainty with Success
Transform Uncertainty, Transcend Circumstance, and Claim the Future: Applying the 8 key factors
Six Month Strategy – Planning During Uncertainty
How to create and execute a responsive strategy for uncertain and volatile times
Magnificent Leadership®: Building Self-Correcting Teams™
Forget high performance and instead build a team that can function without you
Sarah Levitt is a trusted guide to the c-suite who works with CEOs, senior executives slated for promotion at leading organizations, and senior leadership teams. She is the founder of the Magnificent Leadership Executive Forum® Community, a rich learning ecosystem for senior executives designed to generate maximal learning and business growth. Sarah is the author of the book Magnificent Leadership, creator of The Making Magnificence Project®, and consults and speaks to a broad range of clients, including Harvard Kennedy School of Government, BASF Corporation, Ultimate Software, and American Bankers Association. She is also a coach in the elite Executive MBA program at UNC’s Kenan-Flagler Business School.