How Your Culture Can Help Create More Effective Strategic Plans
Whether your organization is resistant to change, uncertain about how to shift your culture, or lacking leadership buy in–not investing in your culture can be affecting your employee morale, employee retention, and the success of your strategic plan.
It's Okay to Take a Timeout
When was the last time you gave yourself permission to take a timeout? Many of us were taught that when things get tough, you simply work harder. We measure our success in terms of perceived accomplishments.
Simplifying the Language of Strategic Planning
If you have participated in more than one strategic planning session, you’ve probably noticed that the language used in strategic planning is varied and confusing. One person’s ‘Goal’ is another’s ‘Priority’. Discussions prevail over whether to call it a ‘Strategy’ or an ‘Objective’ and ‘Mission’ is often confused with ‘Vision’.