What is Leadership Strategy?

  1. Organizational Leadership Strategy involves the ongoing practice of defining an organization’s vision and corporate culture. Then identifying the leadership capabilities and behaviors necessary to continue the culture and carry out the vision. This process also defines a plan for finding, retaining and developing individuals who have the capacity and desire to learn the skills and live the core values.
  2. Individual Leadership Strategy is systematic process to clarify a person’s leadership vision and career aspirations from a whole life perspective. A key deliverable is a customized one- page personal plan designed pin- point learning goals, improve performance and align with the organization’s leadership strategy. This simple life and leadership plan serves as guidepost, which is periodically adjusted as a person moves in, moves up and moves on in their career.

Moving In: New Leader Assimilation

  • WHY:Organizations can no longer afford the luxury of allowing leaders a year or more to become effective in their positions. This fast-track full integration on-boarding process will reduce the amount of organizational “downtime” spent by new leaders in executive transition.
  • WHO:Newly hired or recently promoted executive or high potential manager.
  • WHAT:To hit the ground at the right pace , headed in the correct direction and with their new team on-the-same-page and fully engaged.

Moving Up: Strategic Leader Development

  • WHY:Managers who stay self-aware, intellectually challenged and developing from a whole life perspective are less likely to burnout and more likely to stay engaged make their best contribution to your organization. Great companies always grow their leaders from within. They believe that effective leadership development is a process, not an event and must be customized to the individual and clearly support the organization’s culture.
  • WHO:Emerging next generation, Hi-potentials mid-career, highly technical professionals
  • WHAT:To build a full bench of top performing strategic minded managers fully committed to the organization’s vision. 2- to have leaders who are consistently challenged, personally accountable and actively engaged in their own professional growth as well as mentoring others.

Moving on: Leadership Transition and Succession Design

  • WHY: Moving on is difficult, because a successful leader’s career is more than a job, it is often a large part of their community identify, support system and purpose in life. The organization can struggle as well when a leader stays too long, leaves too early or their exist is not seen as well planed. Our process addressee both concerns with:
    1. Confidential career transition, life plan and successor selection discussions with the departing executive.
    2. Guidance on implementation of the succession planning and execution process with the transition team.
  • WHO:President /CEO, Corporate Officer, Business Owner considering retiring or major career shift.
  • WHAT:To have the organization experiences a seamless leadership transition when a key executive retires and moves to a new chapter in life and work.

For more information on any of these products and services, please contact Michael Tate at 205-977-3908 or Cell: 205-533-0429 or email to set a time to discuss your needs and plans: mike@hrmasap.com

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“An energizing venue for you and your team to get away and experience the accelerated facilitation of a complex project”

  • WHY: Because a darn good plan Today is better than perfect plan 6 months from Tomorrow.
  • WHO: Project team with limited time to plan and a pressing need to execute quickly and effectively.
  • WHAT: Compression planning is a storyboarding and visual graphics process that uses four powerful steps to cut through the clutter and distractions that can bog down group decisions, planning and execution. In a nutshell, Compression Planning leverages collaborative time, so your group can make better decisions much faster than ever before. The best part is; the process gets everybody on the same page, fully committed to the outcome.