Do you have meaningful leadership conversations with colleagues?

This fall, I worked with many senior leaders across several organizations to help them get clear on their company’s strategy and then understand how they need to step up and lead with greater accountability.

I typically use the core ideas from my book, The Leadership Contract, as the backdrop to the sessions I lead. I find they force leaders to think about some critical questions that many have never really considered, let alone discussed with their peers.

One of the interesting observations I have been noticing through this work is how engaged, and even engrossed leaders become in these discussions. I see leaders opening up, sharing their experiences and learning from one another. I also witness a positive buzz and energy in the room. It’s so exciting to see this happen time and time again. Leaders leave these sessions inspired, motivated and they recommit to driving change within their organizations.

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