We now live in a world where our customers have a megaphone. It’s not about what we as companies say we are, but rather, it’s about what our employees and customers say we are. So what does that mean for us as experience leaders?
Are your employees thriving? Do we make our customers feel respected and honored? Do we enable them to achieve their goals? Do acts of leadership bravery stand out? Take the quiz to build one version of the truth for your leadership team.
Do you have a vision of how your company will be viewed 20 years or more from now? Here are my three steps to guide you through long-term planning for success.
There is real clarity with these leaders who practice Leadership Bravery. These leaders are so clear about how they will show up in the marketplace, and about how they won’t ever want to be defined as people, as individuals, and as a company. Learn more in this post.