At some point in my leadership journey, I began to notice that the problems, opportunities and options in my sphere of influence require planning quarters, if not years, ahead.
As such my most important contribution to my org has been forming and deputizing a team of capable leaders to act on my behalf. Without them, I’d have neither the focus nor scale necessary to run a multibillion dollar line of business.
Leadership at this level requires a keen understanding of scales, while remaining empathetic to the individuals who have entrusted their livelihoods to you.
In this intimate conversation, I intend to share four dimensions critical to growing the type of leaders who can Observe—Orient—Decide and ultimately Act (OODA) with the intelligence and integrity necessary to succeed.