Form and Function
As an executive, you must be prepared to confront and manage the expectations of the C-Suite with integrity and balance. The challenges organizations face in today’s global business environment are large and complex; top-level executives must thoroughly prepare for every outcome and provide the sophisticated level of thinking required to deliver solutions and positive results.
The Howard Executive has transitioned from functional specialization and middle management principles to comprehensive corporate visioning and decision making. This individual is adept at identifying and mobilizing talent across the organization, removing barriers so that talent can flourish, and maximizing opportunities for the organization to thrive.
An Executive Mindset for:
- The Emerging Executive – Moving from middle management to the C-Suite means embracing a new way of thinking, focusing on the big picture, and quickly addressing unforeseen challenges with poise and intellect.
- The Entrepreneur – Your business is up and running, but now you need to drive it like an experienced executive, which means delegating responsibility, building the right team, and planning for sustainable growth.
- The Current Executive – Just when you get comfortable, everything changes because the state of business is constantly evolving. It’s important to take a proactive approach, develop operational innovation, and stay connected.
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