The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive: A Leadership Fable, by Patrick M. Lencioni, , Jossey-Bass A Wiley Imprint, United States of America. Description. In this stunning follow-up to his best-selling book, The Five Temptations of a CEO, Patrick Lencioni offers up another leadership fable that’s every bit. 28 May The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive: A Leadership Fable. Jossey- Bass, ( pages) If everything is important, then.
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For cohesive teams, meetings are compelling and vital. During feedback exchanges with teams, managers will have the opportunity to reinforce the company priorities, as well as the importance of the role each team member plays in supporting those goals.
It is also the most elusive because it requires considerable interpersonal commitment from an executive team and its leader. Though it may seem at first esoteric, it sets the stage for almost every decision the organization makes.
All fields are required. What Extroardinary Are We in?: Over Communicate Organizational Clarity. Live communication provides opportunities for meaningful interaction and emotional context. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
This time, Lencioni’s focus is on a leader’s crucial role in building a healthy organization–an often overlooked but exedutive element of business life that is the linchpin of sustained success. Patrick Lencioni Copyright Date: What is more, I have found that outstanding employees rarely leave these organizations. Your Name Your Email. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Do you manage a company or teams either as a CEO, a senior executive, a middle manager or even a front-line manager?
An organization demonstrates that it is smart by developing intelligent strategies, marketing plans, product features, and financial models that lead to competitive advantage over its rivals.
Post was not sent – check your email addresses! This problem is extremely common in organizations where I have worked. In the story’s telling, Lencioni helps his readers understand the disarming simplicity and power of creating organizational health, and reveals four key disciplines that they can follow to achieve it.
To learn more about Patrick, and the products and services offered by his firm, The Table Group, please visit www. Building a cohesive leadership team is the most critical of the four disciplines because it enables the other three.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your executivd here Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. I believe that all successful organizations share two qualities: But perhaps most important of all, organizational health is often neglected because it involves facing realities of human behavior that even the most committed executive is tempted to avoid.
This blindness occurs because what executives believe are small disconnects between themselves and their peers actually look like major rifts to people deeper in the organization. More than anything else, cohesive leadership teams are efficient. This may seem to be a useful way to test a hypothesis, but it is not a replacement for the introspection and discussion of an executive team.
When an executive decides not to confront a peer about a potential disagreement, he or she is dooming employees to waste time, money, and emotional energy dealing with unresolvable issues. Finally—and this point is critical— no one but the head of an organization can make it healthy.
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Lencioni calls this the simplest discipline, yet the most underachieved. LLC “Another great page-turner from Lencioni! One of the greatest problems that organizations encounter when it comes to achieving clarity is the inability to translate company goals into concrete responsibilities for members of an executive team. And all of this occurs because leaders higher in the organization failed to work out minor issues, usually out of fear of conflict.
However, it does not require complex thinking and analysis; in fact, keeping things simple is critical. In Lencioni parable form, he takes us through the story of two competing companies; one healthy, one smart.
And, it is possible for someone to be dismissed from the organization because of personal and moral failure reasons—alignment with the clear values of the church—but it is equally possible for someone to stay employed because of an equally powerful value of forgiveness and restoration.
The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive
I believe that all successful organizations share two qualities: You are commenting using your Twitter account. Does aligning employee performance to business goals matter, and are you responsible for driving results?
This system has to do with the manner obsesssions which organizations reinforce behavior. Like a marriage or any other meaningful relationship, the only way to build strength is to share experiences that require everyone to rally and overcome obstacles.