Shun the non-believers. Ignore the well-meaning but unmoved. Instead, we have the chance to find and connect and celebrate the people who care enough to make a difference.
The Pareto Principle suggests that 80% of an effect is generated by 20% of the work, or by 20% of the people.
In working with a community of assistant principals (APEx), about 10% are highly engaged, 10% moderately engaged, and 80% are in the background.
In your organization:
Please, pause and think about this.
The fourth principle of strategic leadership is focusing on people.
If you don’t have a clear answer to the questions above, how can you be strategically focused on developing your people?
Maybe you are just stumbling around?
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