Building Stakeholder Confidence in the Future that Increases Value

By Norm Smallwood | July 17, 2020

Key Takeaways:

  • Stakeholder confidence significantly contributes to valuation of an organization.
  • Leaders can increase that confidence by increasing the value of their firm’s intangibles.

In the wake of COVID-19, many companies are struggling to identify the most effective ways to build confidence in the future with employees, customers, and investors. While meeting each of these stakeholders’ expectations can feel like balancing competing perspectives, it doesn’t need to.

In this new slideshare, RBL outlines a methodology that can help you generate confidence in the future, even in uncertain times. Read through them and consider the gaps between where your organization is and where you need to be.

Interested in learning more about our Organization Strategy & Transformation practice?

Let RBL put our experience and expertise to work for you. Contact us to start a conversation about how to build confidence in the future with investors and customers. 

Norm Smallwood is a partner and co-founder of The RBL Group. His research and consulting focuses on helping organizations increase business value by building organization, leadership, and people capabilities that measurably impact market value. He has written extensively about leadership and organization effectiveness in eight books and over a hundred articles. 

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