Only 10% of organizations achieve more than two-thirds of their strategy objectives, according to the Bridges 2016 Strategy Implementation Survey Results. The rest of us invest time, effort and budget into developing a strong strategic plan – but 90% of these plans will fail. When the connection between strategy development, activation, implementation and execution is weak, how do you identify and repair what’s not working for your organization?
Watch this webinar with Michael Wilkinson of Leadership Strategies and Joe Krause of AchieveIt to understand the most common failures of strategy development and execution. You will walk away with techniques to construct your strategic plan to make it an actionable blueprint for success, as well as several action items you can take today to optimize your current strategic plan for better execution.
You will learn how to:
- Assess your plan for initiatives and objectives that are truly breaking down barriers to success
- Earn buy-in from executives, managers and front-line employees on your plan from start to finish
- Enable accountability, collaboration, visibility and alignment to motivate your team to move the needle
MEET THE SPEAKER
Michael Wilkinson, Certified Master Facilitator™
Michael Wilkinson is a Certified Master Facilitator™ and the founder and Managing Director of Leadership Strategies, Inc. His unique talent, skills and passion for facilitation form the core of the company’s mission and are the reasons for which he is much sought after as a facilitator, trainer and speaker. Michael is author of best-seller The Secrets of Facilitation, The Secrets to Masterful Meetings, The Executive Guide to Facilitating Strategy, CLICK: The Virtual Meetings Book, and Buying Styles. Michael is one of the nation’s leaders in the facilitation industry. He is a board member of the International Institute for Facilitation and founder of The Facilitator Database.
He has been awarded both the Certified Professional Facilitator™ and the Certified Master Facilitator™ designations for experience and demonstrated expertise in facilitation. In 2003 he was named Facilitator of the Year by the Southeast Association of Facilitators for contributions to the field.