Feb 14, 2020 in Business Coaching

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective EXECUTIVES

This article lists the seven important habits for any senior executive or leader to be effective in a professional workplace

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Executives

Habit 1: They endeavor for excellence in their domain AND keep track of super performers in their market space

Habit 2: They learn from the past, focus in the present AND lead into the future

Habit 3: They welcome diversity of thought among stakeholders AND collaborate with them to achieve the business objectives

Habit 4: They build dignified relations in their business community AND earn respect among their industry peers

Habit 5: They ascertain performance based on metrics AND differentiate reality from hype

Habit 6: They hold a healthy balance between their individual & business interests AND maintain integrity with their personal values

Habit 7: They foster a learning culture in their organization AND actively seek solutions to overcome the challenges faced in their business

 

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