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Put people at the center of strategy and results.
Every year, leadership teams take time to update and strategize their business plans for the year ahead.
At ADVISA, we refer to it as Strategy Season, and it’s one of our favorite times of year. Offsite and offline, these meetings are often full of group collaboration, dreaming, problem-solving, and even further team development and cohesion.
Strategy Season Resources
One thing we have noticed from working with thousands of leaders is many of these well-intentioned plans become nothing more than wall art. We firmly believe the best way to “Wall Art Proof” your strategic plan is to “People-ize” it. That is, to put your most competitive advantage, your people, at the center of your strategy and results.
That’s why we’ve curated resources you can utilize and share as your team prepares to develop and launch your next strategy.
Sit down (virtually) with Leadership + Organization Development Specialist Mike Elliott as he guides you through the ups and downs of Strategy Season in this YouTube playlist of helpful videos. Or, jump to one right now if you are looking for a quick dose of thought leadership.
Looking to dig deeper into strategic planning, development, and execution? Look no further than the A-Team’s thought leadership on all things Strategy Season. You can find articles focused on communication, team dysfunction, and the importance of a people strategy right here: Strategy Season articles.
Ready for what’s next?
If you are interested in discussing your strategic planning process, challenges from previous years, and hopes for the future, we would love to chat. Reach out to connect with a member of our team today to get the conversation started. And, if you’re not ready to chat but would like more Strategy Season resources, check out this video on “What the CEO wants”.