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Leadership Development and Strategic Planning Resources

5 Benefits of Strategic Planning


Leadership Development Tools

The 7Fs – Outlook for the Year Ahead
What will the seven significant categories in your life look like one year from today?

Personal Accountability Worksheet

Heaven & Hell 
Find out if your non-negotiables and personal values are reflected by your company’s behavior.

How Does Your Company Measure Up?
Ask and answer 7 sets of questions to help improve your individual and organizational performance.


Reflections and Outlook

Every December, I distribute to the leaders I work with a version of a document first developed by fellow Vistage Chair John Younker more than 10 years ago. I revise the document every year to help leaders reflect on the past year and think about what they want to accomplish in the year ahead.

You can download for free the entire four-page document:
Reflections & Outlook


Strategic Planning Resources

These strategic planning tools help leadership teams think differently about themselves and their organization. More important, they identify critical individual and organizational issues that must be addressed to become a high performance company.


Company/Brand Positioning Tools

These tools are simple but powerful – but that does not mean easy. Most organizations discover that that they require spirited debate, hard choices and discipline.


Personal Vision Statement Documents


Just for Fun


Greg’s Leadership Blog

Check out Greg’s blog for ideas and insights about ways to increase your individual and business effectiveness. Read the most recent posts: