“The key to being a good leader is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.”
-Legendary Baseball Manager Casey Stengel
Organizations need great sales and marketing leadership to thrive.
Organizations need great leaders. This will never change. Whether it’s an NFL football team needing a great head coach, a business needing a new Chief Marketing Strategist or a non-profit organization needing a new Executive Director. Organizations need great leaders to drive their growth strategy.
A new sales and marketing leader can propel a business or nonprofit organization forward for the next 7 to 10 years. Unfortunately, the reverse is also true. Not investing in great leadership can lead to stagnant growth for years to come.
LeaderFinders knows firsthand how leaders radically change the direction of organizations. Either for the good or the bad. Your organization needs great leaders to succeed. Our organization – LeaderFinders finds those great leaders.
Leaders have enormous power to positively or negatively influence the people under their care.
Leaders have amazing influence to either inspire and move an organization forward, or stall it and take it backward. Leaders can crush the spirits of those around them or lift the morale of teams and individuals towards greatness.
Leader influence is critical to either the success or failure of an organization because great leadership always comes down to people – working with them, getting them to work together and working through them to get results. That’s a sophisticated challenge. Which is why LeaderFinders focuses on people’s behavior. And more specific still…the behavior of leaders.
True leadership is concerned just as much with the internal realities of a person as the external realities. Great leaders understand that they create the culture for an organization, in part, by projecting their emotional make up, ethical mindset and unique leadership skills on it – for better or worse.
Do you need to change key leaders who are projecting constant negativity on others in your organization? If you do please contact Tim Finley at email@example.com.
Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better.
We're grateful for all your wise counsel and the work you did in helping get Spreading Hope Network into such a better position. Thank you! You're a great strategic advisor! "
– Dan Olson, Executive Director at Spreading Hope Network
Minneapolis, MN 55447