by Cyber Billy
From the Pages of FORBES MAGAZINE
# 8 (on page 3) highlights “Lack Strategic Focus”
When a leader is distracted, it is impossible to have strategic focus. Leaders that lack strategic focus see through a blurry lens. They are not clear with their goals and are unable to connect the dots. They find it difficult to see and seize opportunities and can no longer influence growth and innovation. They become shallow in thought and have the tendency to get caught up in the politics and the noise that surrounds them.
You can detect a leader without strategic focus because they are unable to identify the opportunities, strategies and talent of greatest potential. They lack the laser beam focus and hunger required to maximize the talent of their people, the organization’s resources, its brand and their overall capabilities. They have tunnel vision where they can only see what is in front of them – not around, beneath and beyond what they seek in order to find the best outcomes for their people and organization. Read more »