Great Leadership Technique to Share

November 2010

In a New York Times interview with Geoff Vuleta of Fahrenheit 212 there was a technique that really resonated with me.  The technique is the 100 day plan in which all company members meet every 100 days to make a list of all they want to get done in the next 100 days and then each person reports back in a few days with how they will contribute to the plan.  Then each person meets with the two firm leaders to develop an individual plan.

The beauty of this to me is that at each 100 day meeting everyone reports on their prior 100 day individual plan results.  Nowhere to hide, no excuses.  Now, that’s accountability!

Robert Fligel

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