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Leaders who don’t plan: Herculean efforts are not always heroic

by Jill Malleck, MA, PCC
Master Integral Coach

There is a skill gap in leaders which is most annoying for their direct reports and peers, but is sometimes well-hidden from their bosses. Unnoticed, that is, until you can see talented subordinates are exiting, or important peers get uncooperative. The gap is a leader’s inability to prepare the execution of a plan, and their reliance instead on passion and a vigorous last-minute “rally-of-the-troops” to get things done.  How do you know if one of your leaders has this fatal flaw?  

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