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  • Execute in Complexity

    Execute in Complexity

    A framework for executing in the face of complexity presented by the, Chris McChesney, the best-selling author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution.

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  • Video: Why don't teams feel accountable to the goal?

    Video: Why don't teams feel accountable to the goal?

    The cadence of accountability is a rhythm of regular and frequent team meetings that focus on the wildly important goal. These meetings happen weekly, sometimes daily. Ideally, they last no more than 20 minutes. In that brief time, team members hold each other accountable for commitments made to move the score.

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  • Video: How can I let my team know if they are winning or losing?

    Video: How can I let my team know if they are winning or losing?

    People and teams play differently when they are keeping score, and the right kind of scoreboards motivate the players to win.

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  • Video: How can I measure my team to make sure we reach our goal?

    Video: How can I measure my team to make sure we reach our goal?

    ll actions are not created equal, some actions have more impact than others. Thijs Westerink, General Manager of FranklinCovey Benelux, shares some advice on what activities leaders should focus on measuring to achieve success.

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  • Video: How can I keep my organization engaged with my strategy?

    Video: How can I keep my organization engaged with my strategy?

    There is tremendous power in focus. As you prioritize your goals think about those things that must be done or nothing else matters.

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  • Video: My goal has settled. How can I move it along?

    Video: My goal has settled. How can I move it along?

    Identifying Lead Measures is the best way to achieve your goal. Lead measures track the most impactful things a team must do to reach the goal.

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  • Video: How can I help my team focus on what is most important?

    Video: How can I help my team focus on what is most important?

    FranklinCovey’s Senior Vice President of Sales U.S. and Canada, Jennifer Colosimo, shares 5 tips to help your team focus on what is most important.

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  • Video: How can I get my team to execute on our goal?

    Video: How can I get my team to execute on our goal?

    FranklinCovey’s Senior Vice President of Sales U.S. and Canada, Jennifer Colosimo, talks about the importance of behavioral change to achieve strategies and goals.

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  • Video: How can I keep my team from feeling buried?

    Video: How can I keep my team from feeling buried?

    FranklinCovey’s Senior Vice President of Sales U.S. and Canada, Jennifer Colosimo, shares the most effective way to prevent your team from feeling buried by focusing on what is important.

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  • Leadership Tip: Get Input When Brainstorming

    Leadership Tip: Get Input When Brainstorming

    Improve the results of your next brainstorming session with this tip.

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  • Leadership Tip: You Can Veto, But Not Dictate

    Leadership Tip: You Can Veto, But Not Dictate

    Create a greater sense of ownership and engagement on your team by including your direct reports in the goal-setting process.

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  • Leadership Tip: Create Accountability

    Leadership Tip: Create Accountability

    As a leader, it is your job to clear a path for success and recognize performance. Learn how to create accountability with this FranklinCovey leadership tip.

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  • Leadership Tip: Narrow Your Goals

    Leadership Tip: Narrow Your Goals

    Leadership Tip: Do you have too many goals? People who try for too many goals at once usually end up doing a mediocre job on all of them. Apply the principle of focus to your future goals for future success.

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  • Leadership Tip: Keep a Compelling Scoreboard

    Leadership Tip: Keep a Compelling Scoreboard

    People play differently when they are keeping score. Let your team know whether they are winning or losing and drive engagement with this leadership tip.

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  • Video: How can I keep my most important strategy from failing?

    Video: How can I keep my most important strategy from failing?

    Successful leaders not only create a clear strategy, they execute it. Thijs Westerink, General Manager of FranklinCovey Benelux, shares some advice for leaders to increase engagement and drive strategy execution in this clip.

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  • Video: How can I prevent employees from slipping into old behaviors?

    Video: How can I prevent employees from slipping into old behaviors?

    FranklinCovey’s Senior Vice President of Sales U.S. and Canada, Jennifer Colosimo, shares the most effective way to prevent the regression of employees into undesirable behaviors. Follow this simple four-step process to cut through the chaos of the day-to-day and to engage your team on your wildly important goals.

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  • Case Study: Marriott Hotels

    Case Study: Marriott Hotels

    See how Marriott uses The 4 Disciplines of Execution to engage their employees, keep score and hold everyone accountable. The results are better business decisions, and increased guest and employee satisfaction scores.

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  • Whitepaper: Executing in Uncertainty and Complexity

    Whitepaper: Executing in Uncertainty and Complexity

    Bestselling author and strategy execution expert Chris McChesney outlines how The 4 Disciplines of Execution® can help leaders drive results, even during uncertain and ambiguous times. Learn how to clarify goals and take the complexity out of achieving them.

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  • Leadership Tip: Expect to Win

    Leadership Tip: Expect to Win

    Great leaders expect to win, especially when faced with unexpected challenges and disruptions.

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  • Leadership Tip: Deliver Results

    Leadership Tip: Deliver Results

    Are you and your team delivering activities instead of results? Are the results the right ones?

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