Ruth Mott has been a successful consultant and Executive Coach for 16 years.
Typical corporate projects included working with companies to align their teams to support their business objectives, make better hiring decisions, increase individual productivity, and inspire and implement action an...
Strategic Thinking is not Strategic Planning. Strategic Thinking requires a set of critical skills to analyze, and evaluate the steps necessary to achieve a positive outcome.
Strategic Thinking is complex but can be learned. Some can develop a deep understanding of the process. Others can understand some elements of the process. Either level is of significant benefit in business and personal interactions as well.
This book provides the reader with clear explanations of the necessary skills, real life examples, and exercises to help develop their own Strategic Thinking abilities.