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Strengthen Your Strategic Agility Leadership Competency

This module reviews the core leadership competency of Strategic Agility.

Take a look at each Leadership skill definition and assess if you use these skills; rarely (25%), some of the time (50%), or most of the time (>75%).

The skill definitions where you ranked less that <75% skilled, are areas that you need to focus on for your growth and development. Do not check that box.

Strategic Agility Competency

In the competency checklist below, only check the skill definition boxes if you have a high proficiency rank here. Again, only check the box if you are proficient in each skill more than 75% of the time!

This indicates that the boxes that were not checked may be very relevant to positively impacting your business. Depending on your business and industry, there are several develop-in-place assignments to aide in your growth and development. Of course you may be creative and design your own path for development that is relative to your business.

To determine if you are skilled in this competency do the following: Hover your mouse over the pie chart and a number will display. Now, go over each component in the pie chart and add all the displayed numbers. If the total number is greater than 75% congratulations, you are skilled in this competency.

Some Develop-in-Place Assignments:

  • Write a proposal for a new policy, process, mission, charter, product, service, or system, and present and sell it to stakeholders or management.
  • Study the history of a similar situation and draw parallels for a current business issue or problem, and present your findings to others for comment.
  • Work on a team forming a joint venture or partnership.
  • Launch a new product, service, process, or marketing campaign.

Be a change agent; create a symbol for change; lead the rallying cry; champion a significant change and implementation.