Executive Development for Succession

Publisher: Eliciting Excellence: Executive Coaching & Leadership Development

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Executive Development for Succession

They have years of industry experience and expertise in their field. They have history with the company and are aligned with the culture. They’re loyal, have good judgment, and have a strong work ethic. In short, these leaders have the potential to successfully move into positions of greater authority and responsibility, helping to guide the organization into the future. But the skills that have gotten them to where they are are not the same skills needed to lead the company successfully. Over our 16 years of working with executives around the country, we’ve gained valuable insight into what makes someone a great leader. In this whitepaper, we discuss the five competencies that we feel separate executives who successfully lead organizations from the rest of the team. We know you’ll find these insights valuable and thought-provoking.