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Go for Bold: How to Stop Managing in the Moment and Start Leading for the Long-Term.

For audiences who want to move on from crisis management and build optimism and momentum for long-term success.

Strategy speaker Rosie Yeo

Every business needs an ambitious long-term strategy but not every business knows it.

 

The world is moving fast, and uncertainty is the only certainty.  So doing what we’ve always done is not enough to guarantee future success. By looking further ahead, you can set bolder ambitions and work out the smartest ways to achieve them.

 

“If you’re not looking ahead, you’re lagging behind”

You can’t wait to be certain of everything before making big decisions, because that day will never come.

 

But you can build the confidence to take bigger leaps by getting the right information, thinking creatively about how to do things differently and being committed to your end goal. Be inspired to create your own brave, original, lucrative, and doable strategy.

In uncertain times we need more boldness, not less.

 

“When you want big results, build a BOLD plan.”

The best strategies aren’t based on buzzwords:  they are powerful stories created by the people who know your business best.

 

The questions are the heart of strategy are simple, even when the situation is complex and uncertain.  So, the power in strategy is not which framework you use but how you think and talk together. When you focus on building trust, you help your team become open to new ways of seeing and new ways of working.

 

“The way we talk about the future determines the future we create.”

Great strategy is fresh, forward-looking, and essential to success.

BOLD Strategy is

Brave: it’s never reckless, but it’s not risk free

 

Original: creative thinking powers competitive advantage

 

Lucrative: the payoff is worth it, when considered against the risks

 

Doable, and done: we must act, not just imagine

 

“Ditch your OLD Strategy and commit to BOLD Strategy”

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