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Global Leadership Network UK & Ireland

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Craig Groeschel
GLS Process Tools–Craig Groeschel–Becoming a Leader People Love To Follow–3

Process Tools from Craig Groeschel’s GLS 2018 session: Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow Willingness to Empower Craig says, “You can have control or you can have growth, but you can’t have both.” In what areas of your role and responsibilities do you fear releasing control? What is the main fear about giving up control in this area? Craig […]

Craig Groeschel
GLS Process Tools–Craig Groeschel–Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow–2

Process Tools from Craig Groeschel’s GLS 2018 session: Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow A Passion To Inspire Craig lists a variety of ways we can inspire others. From the list below, identify the primary way you inspire those around you. Next, identify how you’d like to grow in your ability to inspire others. An optimistic outlook. […]

Craig Groeschel
GLS Process Tools–Craig Groeschel–Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow–1

Process Tools from Craig Groeschel’s GLS 2018 session: Becoming a Leader People Love to Follow A Heart To Care “I Notice. You Matter.” To whom on your team or in your organisation have you recently shared these four words? How did that impact your work relationship? If you haven’t voiced these words, why is this a challenge for you? Craig […]

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GLS | Question of the Week

Discipline 4 is to create a cadence of accountability. How do you need to change your approach to team meetings and accountability in order to get greater ownership from each team member? —Question from The Four Disciplines of Execution session by Chris McChesney, GLS 2016 Process Tools  

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GLS | Question of the Week

Discipline 3 is to keep a compelling scoreboard. How does your team know if they are winning against the goals? Do the people that work for you feel they are playing a winnable game? —Question from The Four Disciplines of Execution session by Chris McChesney, GLS 2016 Process Tools  

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GLS | Question of the Week

Discipline 2 is to act on the lead measure. Take some time to identify one of two lead measures to accomplish your WIG. —Question from The Four Disciplines of Execution session by Chris McChesney, GLS 2016 Process Tools  

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GLS | Question of the Week

Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. A ‘Wildly Important Goal’ (WIG) must have a “From X to Y by when”. Create a basic outline that will support WIG achievement that you can discuss with your team. My Wildly Important Goal is: My starting line is: (What is the initial step of goal […]

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GLS | Question of the Week

Discipline 1 is to focus on the wildly important. What is the Wildly Important Goal (WIG) for your team? This goal exists at the intersection of the ‘wildly important’ and the ‘not going to happen on its own’. The energy you put towards this goal is what makes a WIG. For your WIG, list the […]