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Organizations today invest significant time, energy, and financial resources into crafting brilliant corporate strategies. While having clearly articulated strategies is a critical business practice, for an organization to truly have long-term strategic success, strong strategic leaders are needed at every level in the business who can execute on the corporate strategy and create supporting strategies for each element of the business’ value chain.
The reality of today’s business environment is that corporate strategy will only be as effective as the individual parts contributing to it, so there has to be many supporting strategies to go along with the corporate strategy. More than ever before, organizations need strong, capable strategic leaders who can create strategy, be strategic champions, and work together to achieve strategic imperatives.
CMOE’s Strategic Leadership Workshop is designed to help those who lead and manage a piece of the firm’s value chain of activities formulate and execute strategies, initiatives, and plans that align with the firm’s corporate strategy.
While CMOE believes strategy is everyone’s job, leaders have a substantial responsibility for executing the corporate strategy and doing something of strategic significance in their part of the business so they can stay relevant and be a source of competitive advantage for the firm.
Leaders who participate in CMOE’s Strategic Leadership workshop learn how to:
CMOE’s Strategic Leadership Workshop combines the best and most current thinking on strategy with timeless leadership principles in a highly engaging and practical learning experience. Using an interactive and dynamic strategy simulation, leaders learn important corporate strategy principles and concepts, like creating a clear definition of how they intend to achieve key strategic goals that will help the organization achieve strategic success and win over the long run.
“Strategic Leaders must not get consumed by the operational and tactical side of their work. They have a duty to find time to shape the future.”— Stephanie S. Mead, MBA
“Give yourself permission to turn your attention away from the ‘blaze’.”— Ahead of the Curve: A Guide to Applied Strategic Thinking
“Wise hunters survey the field before they try to put a target in their sights.”— Ahead of the Curve: A Guide to Applied Strategic Thinking
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