The Missing Elements in Strategic Planning Part 1

About the Podcast

The ever changing industry dynamics facing boards and executive teams require a reinvigorated approach to formulating and executing the strategic plan. Volunteers and management alike are all asking for the same evolution in the dialogue: bigger picture focused, less tactical, more robust discussion, more inclusion, and clear measures of success. The missing element? The proven structure and roadmap to produce meaningful change in the strategic planning process.

Proven methodology for formulating a visionary and actionable strategic plan will be outlined in this two part podcast series.  In the first installment of this podcast series with DDJ Myers, Paul Timm, Vice President of Marketing for NAFCU Services, sits down with industry expert Peter Myers to discuss the missing elements and best practices in strategic planning. 

Listen to the second installment of this series here: The Missing Elements in Strategic Planning Part 2

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Presented By

Peter Myers, PCC, MSC, Senior Vice President, DDJ Myers
Peter Myers, PCC, MSC, Senior Vice President, DDJ Myers

Peter Myers is Senior Vice President of DDJ Myers and leads teams and individuals in moving forward in their organization and personal goals through recruitment, retention, strategic planning, succession planning, organizational and board assessment, and executive leadership coaching practices. On a daily basis, Peter works with senior management teams and boards in the financial services industry to build and further develop their leadership and strategic teams by bringing out the true power within themselves, and integrating it into the professional and business world.

Third generation in this industry, Peter’s formal education, evidence-based coaching and somatic coaching certifications, combined with his extensive world travels and his exposure to the financial services industry, help him create vision and opportunities for organizations seeking to reach their next level of success and commitment.