Set That Direction! Create a Compelling Direction that Will Make Others Want to Follow You

So many times organizations get wrapped up in terminology and process that the resulting direction statement becomes a mass of gobbledygook which no one understands or follows. Direction statements need to clearly direct, inspire, and align a team to deliver, not get stuffed in a drawer never to see light of day again. Get Set That Direction! to create a practical, useful and compelling direction.

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Published by Pacelli Publishing
Words: 3,950
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466060876
About Lonnie Pacelli

Lonnie Pacelli is an internationally recognized author and president of Leading on the Edge International. Lonnie has over 25 years of leadership experience as an executive, project manager, developer, tester, analyst, trainer, consultant, and business owner. During his 11 years at Accenture he gained leadership expertise consulting with many Fortune 500 companies including Motorola, Hughes Electronics, and Northrop-Grumman. Throughout his nine years at Microsoft he built his leadership expertise through development of some of Microsoft’s internal systems and led their Corporate Procurement group, managed their Corporate Planning group, and led company-wide initiatives on Continuous Fiscal Improvement and Training Process Optimization. At Leading on the Edge International Lonnie consults with companies such as Microsoft, AT&T, Corning, and Key Bank on leadership, project management, executive coaching, and business strategy development and implementation. He is an engaging and entertaining keynote speaker and consistently receives rave reviews from his audiences. His practical, no-nonsense, experience-based approach to solving tough problems has helped leaders, project managers and teams consistently deliver results.

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