1. Indisputably there’s nothing about leadership that suggests high performance when decisions are too slow to be made, initiatives too slow to be enacted and a leader takes little to no initiative to get people and the organization aligned to get these things done.

    My sense is that an additional pathway to success with speed is implicit here.

    Highly effective leaders instill a shared vision of what needs to be achieved and they accompany the vision with a clear, concise set of strategic priorities around which the organization and plans and people are aligned.

    Without this, speed in decision making runs some risk of being less successful if people get to wondering what the priorities are.

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