Our leadership impact is rooted in
our beliefs and mental model

Our Mental Model

Results = Objectives x Actions

Let's face it: As leaders we do not make results.

Our teams do.

What we really do is to mange the circumstances that enable our teams to make things happen, which lead to results.

Our ongoing task is to connect WHAT we aim to achieve with enabling our teams to make it happen.

The Leadership Ecosystem as the mental model to continuously manage the circumstances that enable teams to make progress towards results.

We use the same mental model to connect strategy to actions, initiate new intiatives, and to get things back on track.

Our Leadership Beliefs

Our actions are steered by our beliefs: What we value, how we perceive our role, and what footprint we want to leave as a leader.

Our beliefs helps explain how we connect the logic behind leadership, and how consequences of different ways of thinking impact the results we aim to achieve.

It's these 'eternal truths' that seems right no matter the situation.

Start with the example here or explore the full list of beliefs.

Mastering the Fundamentals of Leadership

The central theme of the book is to explain the Leadership Ecosystem in detail, along with the mindset of the ideal leadership footprint: Aiming to both deliver results today while doing it in a way that helps teams develop to take on tomorrow.

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Going back to the fundamentals

After +15 years of leading international projects and line organizations I still had the desire to find answers to the same 2 questions that came to my mind when I was promoted into my first leadership role:

What is leadership all about?

How to do it?

The deep-dive into root causes behind progress and results was a journey of removing noise and complexity from leadership, and the essence of it all lead to the writing Leadership: Lesson One.

It turned out to be the book I wish I had read 10 years earlier.

Morten Heedegaard
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