Topics: organizational development muse, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, leadership communication, leadership formation, organizational love, spirituality and business, long term decision making, leadership wisdom, vocation vs career, career vs vocation, capacity building, personal clarity, selfless leadership, self-aware leader, millennials in the workforce, organizational development process, higher education, leading organizational change, faith-based community, Transforming Influence, Effective Leadership, Krysta DeBoer
A recent interaction with some executive leadership students thinking with me in sessions I'm privileged to facilitate with Christian Leadership Alliance provoked the following thoughts:
Topics: process consulting, organizational development consulting, executive coaching, executive leadership, Mark L. Vincent, Design Group International, steward leadership, organizational decision making, long term decision making
Decisions always have long and short-term impacts. Short-term effects can easily be addressed, adjusted or rescinded. Long-term not so easily. And not paying attention to them means they stack up and create signficant drag on productivity and organizational culture. Sustained inattention to long-term impacts leads to crisis and the need for intervention, and sometimes even legal proceedings!