They keep missing deadlines.
They aren’t managing their team well.
They aren’t hitting their targets.
They <insert thing that I wish would just resolve itself here>.
Leaders spend a lot of time hoping problems will go away.
They’re missing the point that leadership is mainly about making the problems go away (or better yet, preventing them from happening in the first place).
That doesn’t mean “doing it for them.”
It means giving them the awareness, guidance, support, and resources they need to fix the issue.
The “I hired them to do a job and if they aren’t doing it well, that’s on them” mentality is costly to an organization. It can be catastrophic if it starts at the top.
Unaddressed issues grow, combine, and multiply. They have a huge impact on results. We need leaders to step in and lead the journey to a solution.
Not confident that you have the skills or right approach to address the problems? Let’s talk.