Competencies

Achieving Personal Mastery

The last set of leadership competencies in Marshall Goldsmith’s global study is about Continuous Change. This set comprises of the following three competencies: Achieving Personal MasteryAnticipating OpportunitiesLeading Change Most of the time I reflect the leadership competencies towards Alliance Leadership,...

Assuring (Alliance) Success

The fourth group of leadership competencies, as defined in the global study by Marshall Goldsmith, is about assuring success. Again, like with the previous competencies, there is a close alignment between alliance management and leadership. The three competencies in the...

Boundaryless inclusion in alliance management

In previous articles we’ve seen how communication and collaboration are among the 15 leadership competencies as defined in the global study by Marshall Goldsmith. The third group of leadership competencies is all about boundaryless inclusion. When you look at these...

Collaboration is also a leadership competence

The second group of 3 competencies in Marshall Goldsmith’s 15 most important competencies for leaders, is all about working together with others. It is the group of competencies around engaging people, with competencies like “Developing People”, “Building Partnerships” and “Sharing...

Communication is a leadership competence

Last week I mentioned the global study on which Marshall Goldsmith identified the 15 most important competencies for leaders. These 15 competencies are divided into 5 groups of each 3 competencies. The first group is one that I have mentioned...