Final Component to Mastering the Leader’s Triumvirate

  In the first installment of this three-part series, we discussed mastering the allocation of your time.  Effective leaders know the difference between what’s urgent and what’s important, and they ensure they spend proper time on what’s important, particularly on what’s important but not urgent; they avoid being consumed by what’s only urgent. In the second installment, we discussed mastering your strategic focus.  Effective leaders know what their strategic focus is, and they protect their…

Part 2 of Mastering the Leader’s Triumvirate

  In the previous installment of Mastering the Leader’s Triumvirate, we discussed the first requirement: mastering the allocation of your time.  If you’re fortunate to have lived thus far, you’re fortunate to have been given a resource you never had to pay for, and yet is so readily squandered. We each have the same 168 hours per week to spend.  How we do so will be different. How a leader spends his/her time…

Do You Master the Leader’s Triumvirate?

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  To succeed as a leader, you must master the Leader’s Triumvirate. What’s a triumvirate? A triumvirate is a group of 3 people who agree to work together to advance their shared interests and influence.  One of the most famous was the Roman triumvirate of Julius Caesar, Pompeius Magnus (“Pompey the Great”), and Marcus Crassus during the first century BCE. Crassus would die in 53 BCE.  Julius Caesar and Pompey would…
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