Great leaders empower their people. Good leaders think they empower their people. The gap between the two is much greater than you think. In this article, I’ll give you 5 ways to bridge that gap!
Does everyone in your company understand your common goals? Does everyone in your company agree with those goals? Does everyone in your company work effectively and efficiently toward achieving those goals? If not, you might be surprised how much it is costing you every day.
I’m going to share with you the five ways I learned to overcome the departmental silos that develop in virtually every single growing business. Each of these five strategies will help you build the cross-functionality that will allow the organization to work across functions and between silos, at all levels, in an organic, natural manner.
If you are a Founder or CEO of a $1M+ business, you’ve probably come to recognize how important your senior leadership team is to your success. You can’t do it on your own. You can’t make all the decisions or manage all the people. You need strong leaders who can share the load.
You can’t reach $10M or $50M the same way that you reached $1M or $5M. In the early days of organic growth, you can simply sell your way to success and deal with fulfillment problems as they come. To break the $10M barrier and go deep into 8-figure territory, you need to first create the internal capacity for scale, then you can get back to selling and growing your top line.
In my marketing work with clients, I specialize in helping great businesses that are already bringing in a million dollars or more in sales. These businesses all shared a problem this year that came sharply into focus. Their sales success has been 100% offline.
Synergists are masters at getting Visionaries, Operators, and Processors to work together. They are an essential addition for any team wanting to sustain innovation, execution, and scalability.
For a team to reach its maximum potential, for ideas to spread fully, for productivity to reach the next level, it needs Processor leadership. The question then, is how do we get these often shy, quiet, numbers people to blossom as the leaders that will take us to the next level?
This article is all about Operator Leaders! We dive into who these Operators are, why they are, and what specific actions they can take to overcome their unique challenges and become brilliant.