In order to stay competitive, more and more businesses are seeking leaders who have the ability to think and act strategically.
Unfortunately, we’ve observed that in many companies, the opposite behavior is more common. Many leaders focus on tactical responsibilities and consider long-term priorities as something they’ll think about when they have time.
The truth is that without consistent consideration, execution of strategic objectives is mediocre.
CMOE’s latest book, The Art of Strategic Leadership, reveals seven fundamental qualities that leaders can develop to help them balance short-term and long-term responsibilities.