Ep 13 – How to Convince Colleagues Your Company Needs a Long-Term Vision-Strategy

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You are someone who is already a long-term thinker, working in a for-profit company. Unlike many, you don’t need to be convinced about the importance of long-term thinking. Somewhere early in the past – childhood, early career – you embedded the idea in your thinking. Now balancing short and long-term thinking is a part of your character.

But this may be why you are confused. Others around you don’t share this trait. In fact, you feel like a fish out of water – always harping on the need for long-term thinking, sometimes asking inconvenient questions.

You can’t understand why others don’t share your concern. And it’s not that you are particularly ESG, sustainable or anything like. Nor do you come from an old-school. You sense that the company would make better decisions if it had more than the usual 3-5-year plan.

But how do you convince others in the C-Suite, and the board, to think with an additional lens? 

Tune into this episode as I tackle this wicked problem.

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