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Strategic: Master the Four Disciplines of Strategic Fitness for Elite Performance
In-Person and Virtual Tuesday 06/25/2024 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM   Add to calendar
Track: Strategic HR

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral) | Intended Audience: Senior-Level
Workplace Application:
In this highly interactive session, leaders will learn how to successfully navigate their business and gain tools and techniques to build their strategic fitness for elite executive performance. 

A study of more than 10,000 senior executives showed that the #1 most important leadership behavior critical to company success is 'being strategic.' However, research shows only 3 out of every 10 leaders has mastered this skill. And since bad strategy is the main cause of business bankruptcy 80% of the time, having leaders that can think, plan, and act strategically is often the difference between success and failure.  New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Rich Horwath provides leaders with a framework to master the most important business skill of our time: strategic capability. Rich designed the Strategic Fitness System to help leaders transform the complexity of their business into clear strategic direction. By developing their strategic fitness in the four disciplines of strategy, leadership, organization, and communication, executives will be able to generate new insights on a continuous basis to confidently navigate their business.

Learning Objectives:

  • Articulate a clear and concrete definition of strategy and how it differs from other key business planning terms and then apply it to build the foundation of their plan.
  • Use innovative thinking techniques to discover new insights that drive competitive advantage.
  • Make strategic trade-offs to focus their teams resources to create new value for customers.
  • Techniques to improve personal performance and master their calendar.
  • Evolve their business model to create, deliver, and capture new value in the market so as not to become obsolete or passed by their competitors.


Rich Horwath Photo
Rich Horwath, President,
Strategic Thinking Institute