Many of us were excited to see 2020 in hindsight, as I wrote here. Before turning the page on their calendars, the CEOs and executives I work with routinely take stock of the preceding year. Noting both successes and failures, they reflect on what’s worked and what’s been learned. The best leaders engage their teams in this learning exercise, incorporating input from others, including their boards.
Certainly, reflecting on what’s happened is useful. Taking time to identify the good, the bad, and the ugly sets the stage to build on strengths and avoid repeating mistakes. It gives leaders the chance
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