‘How do I achieve the Best Possible Outcome?’
To answer this question we take war time observations and deliver them as a pragmatic leadership framework for achieving the Best Possible Outcome in every instance. Allowing us to maximise our learning, drive innovation and leave our mistakes in the past, with the ability to openly embrace fresh challenges as they emerge.
Drawing on experiential lessons, we explore what fighting the Taliban can teach us about leadership, what insurgent bomb makers know about organisational agility, and the risk management lessons from surviving a deadly explosion on the streets of Baghdad. Because in war zones, as in boardrooms, there is a simple truth: leaders must make decisions – clear, considered, and timely decisions that cut through ambiguity and chaos, to best protect their organisations and always strive to achieve the Best Possible Outcome.