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Unlock Your Leadership Potential


Unlock Your Leadership Potential with a Quick and Easy Daily Check-In


Want to boost your performance and regain your focus as a leader? It’s easier than you might think. Doing this quick daily check-in (I promise, it usually takes less than 10 minutes) will lead to powerful results:


Ask yourself these key questions:

1️⃣ What is my purpose, does it align with the organization, and is it clear to all stakeholders?

2️⃣ What is my vision for my area of responsibility for the next year? Year 2? Year 3?

3️⃣ How am I tracking against my short-term goals? Annual? Long-term goals?


It's easier if you capture your purpose, vision, and goals in writing somewhere so that your time is spent on the self-reflection piece.


Some clients have jotted them down on note cards and reviewed them over coffee or while on the treadmill each morning. Others have transferred them to their computer screen backgrounds or created a daily calendar entry or reminder. One busy executive even scribbled them on sticky notes he placed on the frig to review while slurping his morning smoothie.


Whatever works.


Centering on these questions each day will direct your day - inspire necessary conversations, empower other stakeholders, redirect resources, etc. The consequence is forward progression on your most important, overarching objectives.


I encourage you to give it a month and see for yourself. Let me know what happens 😊


If you're looking for personalized guidance on your career strategy, let’s connect and unlock your full potential together!


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