Leadership Efficacy “Your foremost job as a leader is to take care of your own emotional energy and then help orchestrate the energy of those around you.” – Peter Drucker Why should anyone follow you as a leader? What results are you adding – not as someone who “does a job” but as someone who enables greater performance from others? An effective leader must be able to set a context where people can excel. This requires balancing organizational and individual needs, strategy and operations. Great leaders have a remarkable mix of vision and practical skill, they have unique insight, but perhaps even more importantly they facilitate others to be effective at something worthwhile. Your leaders will combine and process the following relationships from the general to the specific: Strategy and DirectionStrategy: Creating a vision of change and enrolling people in that direction Direction: Setting a viable powerful vision Organization and DesignOrganization: Maintaining focus and adaptability to pursue operational needs Design: Managing a smooth workflow with and through people Operations and EfficacyOperations: Focusing the team to execute effectively Efficacy: Generating useful results People and InfluencePeople: Building a cohesive team and enabling them to excel Influence: Building strong relationships to enroll people When working together with us on Leadership Efficacy you will gain the following insights and outcomes. Insights: Leadership impact and effectiveness. Outcomes: Direction, Design, Efficacy, Influence.