Great leaders are the foundation that great communities are built on. At Strata, we are passionate about giving your employees the inspiration, values, and abilities they need to lead your organization forward.
When considering a leadership challenge, there are three primary considerations: The LeaderThe FollowersThe SituationI believe that too little attention is given to understanding the situation in which you are trying to lead. There are many good resources for enhancing one's leadership capacity, there are fewer but still many good resources for learning the art of "followership" but precious few tools and resources for understanding the situation. One tip that I received that I have found helpful is to take a few minutes to create a bullet-point list that provides a sketch of the situation you are trying to address. In short, create a mini case study. This process can be invaluable in staring the process of creating a mental model through which you can consider options. For example, I was asked by a leader recently to assist ...Read More
4/9/2013 / Oklahoma Heritage Museum
Leading across generations is not easy. It takes intentional effort and knowledge to effectively engage team members. For the first time in history, organizations are made up of four generations: Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Gen X, and Gen Y.
Learning how to navigate the waters of effective organizational communication is essential for leaders today.
Join us on April, 9 2013 from 8am – 11am to learn how to effectively engage all generations in your organization. You will walk away with practical tools to empower you to have a conversation at your workplace regarding generational differences. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.