The Executive Strategist | Eric Douglas | Leadership Development | Strategic Planning | Board Governance | Change Management
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Eric Douglas is an executive strategist who works closely with high-level leaders to move their businesses and organizations toward higher levels of success. He specializes in helping clients achieve strategic clarity, manage change effectively, and build a strong leadership culture.
This podcast lays out three stages of Board evolution and identifies the characteristic behaviors of each stage. This can apply to public agencies, city councils, non-profits, and co-ops. Board members can use this knowledge to help clarify their role and adapt the Board’s focus accordingly.
This podcast describes how to use strategy teams to plan and implement specific strategies for your organization. Through the effective use of strategy teams, leadership can engage those who will be affected by a strategy in planning and implementation. This helps assure the success of the strategy and helps build higher performing organizations.
This podcast explains how decision fatigue works, and how to mitigate its effects.
One can view an individual’s professional development as having a life cycle. The cycle begins when a person starts working – and continues as long as the employee remains with an organization. In high performing organizations, people are aware of this life cycle and commit to ensuring that everyone is engaged in it.
Here are several examples of successful leadership coaching.
Learning loops are a process of sharing performance information with people and empowering them to make the changes needed to improve performance. They are similar to feedback loops except they are deliberately designed to achieve organizational change at maximum speed. It means giving the right people the right information at the right time – and sparking their creativity and innovation.
This podcast discusses the two types of conflict and how to navigate these issues at work.
Meetings consume thousands of dollars each year – in some organizations, hundreds of thousands of dollars. In fact, studies have shown that meetings are the single largest cost center for many organizations. This podcast is on how to manage meetings effectively.
This podcast describes a process for resolving both organizational and personal conflicts. By following this map, you will be able to identify the kind of conflict you encounter, determine your role in it, and figure out the shortest, easiest path to resolving the conflict. Both individuals and groups can use this tool.
This podcast discusses the link between clear core values and higher performance. Aligning people around core values is the first thing leaders must do. It is the framework that enables you to start moving at light speed.
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