Skills for Organizational Success
Intelligence: Excellence at systematic and ongoing analysis of competitors as well as how the functioning environment influences the outcome and potential success of the goal can offer insights like competitive threats, how often is the competitive analysis inflected and many more.
Planning and Preparation: Failing to plan is planning to fail. Great leaders are known to come up with timely, comprehensive, and well-structured plan. But one should not put all eggs in one basket. If Plan A fails, Plan B should be brought into action. In other words, there should be multiple contingency plans. In case of uncertainty, you will only be guided by your experience and intuition.
Execution: Things often do not go according to the plan. Handling such situations require ability to rapidly adjust and improvise. To fulfill the goal, leaders should assume orders when there are no orders by knowing what constitutes success.
Leading a Team: A single person can fight against another single person but against the team. To compete with a team, you require a team. The team is only effective as its leader. Good team leadership extends into leadership by example.
Professional Development: Development of employees and managers is very essential for any organization. To avoid misunderstandings, which can cause performance issues, new employees must go through some sort of on-boarding program. Counselling on performance after accomplishing a goal let the employees know what they did well, what they need to improve, and how can they plan to be an overall better contributor. An inherent training and counselling emphasizes maintaining high standards and makes every employee in the organization better.