The Role of Leadership in Translating Strategy to Execution

SHRM 2011 Strategy Conference
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A critical success factor in translating strategy into execution is to have a high degree of leadership capability that can turn abstract concepts into real and actionable outcomes. To do this, leaders first need to be able to define the outcomes that will deliver on the strategic objectives. Leaders then need to connect their existing bench strength and key work processes to these outcomes in order to determine performance gaps that will inhibit delivering these outcomes. Finally, leaders have to effectively communicate to their teams both what they need to do to deliver on the critical outcomes and why. By the end of this session, you will be able to articulate the differences between an objective and an outcome; develop outcomes tied to strategic objectives; and define critical outcomes you need to produce in your role as leader and translator.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, October 5, 2011 - 1:30pm to 3:00pm
Presenter: 

Mason Holloway

Mason
Holloway

Mason Holloway, Senior Director of Consulting Services, oversees both the federal and commercial sides of Beacon’s consulting business line. He is an accomplished professional with over 20 years of experience in senior leadership, organizational effectiveness, strategy development, performance improvement, and change management. Mason is a senior analyst, performance technologist and experienced thought leader and practitioner of the HPI processes. He has proven skills and expertise in assisting organizations in meeting and exceeding aggressive and competitive organizational goals and improving overall business results. As a respected consultant in the areas of organizational effectiveness and performance, Mason applies the combination of his extensive real world business experience and acumen with a deep understanding of the fundamental principals of performance in the service of accomplishing business goals.

Follow Mason on Twitter @masonholloway.

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Amount of Credit: 
1.50
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Concurrent Session
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