5 Pillars Of Leader Priorities

The Prioritized Leader Framework is the process of assessing individual leaders to learn their internal priorities versus that of the organizational priorities and the priorities of other leaders within the organization. How aligned are all leaders in their mission, vision, values, and strategy? How much does it matter? 

The 5 Pillars of Leader Priorities

The Prioritized Leader is a long-lasting solution that is based on the following five priorities or pillars that leaders use knowingly or not that influence, initiate, and lead within a culture. 

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Purpose: The vision to see, articulate and demonstrate a compelling future that creates employee momentum, investment, and commitment. People want purpose; they want to be part of something that is more than themselves. This pillar focuses on vision and values.

Questions that support Purpose include:

 

  • How do our leaders articulate our purpose to our employees?

  • How do we as leaders know our employees are invested and committed to our purpose? 

  • What metrics do we provide to demonstrate we are making gains in the achievement of our purpose? 

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People: The level of health and productivity we have with our colleagues and connections. This pillar focuses on encouragement and accountability.

Questions that support People include:

  • How often are leaders connecting with employees? What is the intent of those interactions? 

  • How are we encouraging and supporting employees to become their best version of themselves?

  • What is our level of credibility? What is our follow through? How aligned are our words and action?

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Pace: Discerns how fast or slow the organization needs to move in order to sustain long-term success, capitalize on opportunities, and preserve capital. This pillar focuses on time and energy.

Questions that support Pace include:

  • How responsive are our employees and teams to requests and action items? 

  • What are we doing to anticipate future needs to remain competitive or ahead of competition?

  • What are we doing to ensure we are forward looking, strategizing, and planning for future demands?

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 Perception: Choosing a growth mindset, staying open to creative solutions and new ideas. This pillar focuses on insight and innovation. 

Questions that support Perception include:

  • What are our competitive advantages? 

  • What are we doing that’s working to remain competitive? What are we doing that’s not working? What is the level of impact if we continue?

  • How are we supporting a growth mindset? 

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Profit: The effective management, investment and release of an organization’s resources. This pillar focuses on dollars and cents.

Questions that support Profit include:

  • What resources are provided to employees and leaders to achieve high performance / output?

  • What incentives are offered to promote superior performance? 

  • What are we devaluing that should not be devalued?

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Delivery: The Prioritized Leader Framework is delivered in individual elearning modules to review each of the 5 Priorities concepts. Once complete, leaders commit to meet, collaborate, and learn from each other the 5 Priorities as they relate to their scope of work, the organization’s goals and strategy, and each other. The intent of this process is to align all leaders in all five priorities where necessary!

Outcome: This creates awareness of self and awareness of organization within the construct of the 5 pillars. As leaders align and progress, they will learn how to…

 

  • Apply The Prioritized Leader framework

  • Their order of priorities in contrast to the organization and leader peers

  • Re-align their focus with the organizational priorities

  • Increase team awareness and align commitment

  • Develop an action plan for each pillar

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Determine if there's value for you and your company to learn your leader’s priorities and their impact within the 5 pillars. 

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