Now is Not the Time to Neglect Your Leadership Capital.

January 6, 2017 — Leave a comment

Hi, friends.

One thing we all need to pay attention to in 2017 is how we are going to grow our organizations- financially, intellectually, physically, relationally, and strategically. Even in a tough economy (and ESPECIALLY in a tough economy), we must invest wisely WITH the capital we have IN the capital we have. Wise executives remember that the most strategic capital we have is our LEADERSHIP capital. It’s hard to replace if it leaves, and it’s hard to recover after it’s been neglected.

In tough economic times, one of the first things to go is investment in people. But we all know that’s foolish and short-sighted. One of the most high payoff investments you can make while you’re waiting for economic recovery is consistent, regular investment in growing your LEADERSHIP capital. Better leadership skills means better communication, less conflict, more motivation and employee engagement, better time management and less stress. All of those together mean maximum productivity with your limited resources, and an edge on your competition.

I’m investing heavily in the best resources available to provide your organization with the maximum value for your leadership development dollars. Times are tough, and I’m carrying my share of the burden by making leadership capital investment financially feasible for your organization.

Bottom line: Consistent investment in your leaders costs you a lot less than the outcomes of neglecting your leadership development.

Let me show you how economical it can be to get the most out of your organization’s leadership capital. Call or email me to set up a free consultation, and let’s discuss partnering together to meet your leadership development needs.

Here’s to a very productive 2017!

Jay Pullins

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