A thought leader’s natural
set point is disequilibrium. They seek out ways to challenge current paradigms.
One of my clients said it best, “I can benchmark myself against existing
strategy and sure I’ll do well, or I can create strategy and then break
existing paradigms.”The pressure to execute with
limited resources, multiple stakeholders and shifting client demands is a
challenging feat. This breeds urgency which is largely operationally focused
with tight deadlines. One of my clients, a highly respected CEO, states it this
way, “We are incented to create short term value. We are compensated at year
end based upon our year end performance.”Yet leaders are advised that
they must se
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