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A catalyst conversation about the seven essentials for executing strategy

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Most strategies fail to get executed. It doesn't have to be this way.

A key is accepting that your strategy and your execution plan are completely different. Strategic planning is an oxymoron!

View strategy and planning together at your peril.

Strategy in simple terms is how you’re going to get where you’re going. It’s a reference point for all decisions you make.

If you can’t describe your strategy in a sentence it is very difficult to gain employee buy-in.

Strategy is like a compass. Execution is a map. The map is the tricky bit. The challenges are in designing a fit for purpose map and then following it.

In this conversation we will be exploring how these can happen in your own best way utilising seven essentials for executing strategy.

It's based on a simple yet profound idea called shared view. Visit this page and at least download the action paper in preparation for this conversation.

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This conversation continues the following tradition:

What I say is important, yet nowhere near as important as what you hear yourself say to yourself, who you become and then do your own unique work.

Be remarkable.

Ian

Ian adds value & depth to structure, people development, meetings and conversations. Mentoring sessions are always enlightening and solutions based. For any business that is needing to thrive through change, Ian can offer a range of tools to support this with a humanised approach.

Narelle Mason, Finance Accountant/Enterprise Manager, Ballarat and Queen's Anglican Grammar School

At the start of 2015 it became clear on the road ahead for my business we were facing some serious challenges.

We had just purchased the Budget franchise and were experiencing inconsistent business results, some big rental agency changes, and some poor staff attitudes had crept in.

I had heard Ian speak at a function in 2014 and I had been impressed with the message of his talk that day.

Ian has worked as a mentor to me for the last 14 months. He's also run sessions and worked 1:1 with my staff.

We've made several small shifts in how we conduct our business that have made a significant difference with my key people, how we work, and to our results.

Darren Rix, Franchisee Avis Ballarat & Western Victoria, Budget Ballarat & Bendigo

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