It happens to every leader and every organization; familiarity with markets, competitors, and existing strengths creates an unintended inside-out view of the business. Good leaders develop an intentional cadence and structure to get consistent “outside-in” perspectives.
For senior leaders managing professional and technical workforces who are:
Good Leadership coaches know the only way powerful people get along is by building something special together, with people they respect and admire. The structured approach to gaining critical outside-in perspectives improves strategic insights, enhances critical relationships, and forms new paths to industry influence.