Be effective in your execution


  1. Take responsibility for decisions.
    Set deadlines, assign people to carry out decisions, and above all, identify those who could be affected by decisions and inform them.
  2. Take responsibility for communicating.
    Ensure that your action plan and other decisions are understood by your colleagues, superiors, subordinates and peers.
  3. Focus on opportunities.
    Good executives focus on opportunities rather than problems. Exploiting opportunities produces results.
  4. Make meetings productive.
    Let your meetings be work sessions and decide in advance what kind of meeting it is. For example, is it a meeting to make an announcement or an evaluation meeting?.
  5. Always use the word “we” instead of “I.”
    Think of the needs and opportunities for the organization before thinking of your personal needs.


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