Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

wednesdays 12to1: BREAKDOWN in OPERATIONAL EXECUTION

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

Executives' Club Members only + invited guests. PART 5 of our 6-part Most-Common Business Mistakes Series; Breakdown in Operational Execution. Join Executives' Club Members for an open discussion regarding "execution" and "operations". Execution is about the implementation of the vision, while Operations is about the development of efficient daily systems and processes that align with

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Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

wednesdays 12to1: INEFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

Executives' Club Members only + invited guests. OPEN DISCUSSION. Small business owners are not necessarily the problem. Their hard work turning a business idea into a functioning company may have been spot on. But then, three years go by and the company is struggling. Or it’s growing exponentially. Either way, entrepreneurs realize they can no

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Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 1. REJECT SHORTCUTS

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

“Leaders bear a responsibility to renew their perspective to secure the relevance of their organizations.” Leadership consultants Kenneth Mikkelsen and Harold Jarche; Harvard Business Review   1. Reject shortcuts Great leaders pursue leadership excellence with the commitment of a world-class athlete. They know it’s a challenging, continuous climb that requires hard work and determined attention.

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Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 3. CHALLENGE YOUR THINKING

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

3. Challenge your thinking with fresh perspectives You don’t have to climb alone. Travel with others on a similar journey. Peak performers, high achievers and world-class leaders seek diverse perspectives on important decisions from trusted peers. They actively work to combat insular thinking and confirmation bias. They find other CEOs and business leaders who’ve tackled

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Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 4. STOKE CURIOSITY

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

“What separates top CEOs from the rest is how much they question, probe, and then process what they are experiencing in order to look for insights and patterns.” Adam Bryant ”How to think like a CEO,” strategy+business 4. Stoke curiosity World-class business leaders are high on curiosity and low on ego. They are inquisitive, welcome

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Event Series Wednesdays 12 to1

The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 5. APPLY DISCIPLINE

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

“Develop an approach to decision-making that feels authentic to you. There’s no one ‘right’ method. What counts is that you rigorously apply a conscious process that regularly leads to better decisions — and better results for your business.” - Sam Reese CEO, Vistage Worldwide 5. APPLY DISCIPLINE TO DECISION-MAKING Peak performers are disciplined. They follow

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The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 6. FIND A TRUSTED GUIDE

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

Successful leaders view a coach or mentor as a critical component to leadership excellence. They value a trusted guide who challenges their assumptions, identifies their blind spots and holds them accountable. The most effective coaches and mentors approach the CEO as a whole person, not just the leader in the corner office. Leaders who take

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The CEO’s 7 Laws of Leadership: 7. ASCEND BY HELPING OTHERS

Club Room III @ Holiday Inn 3803 13th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58103, Fargo, ND, US

“I firmly believe that no one gets to the top on their own. CEOs get there because someone else took an interest in helping them. That is part and parcel of being a leader. When people help you, you have the responsibility and obligation to help others.” - Darrell Jackson, Vistage Chair 7. ASCEND BY

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