Source | fortune.com | FORTUNE COMMUNICATIONS
What makes a great leader? The answer varies widely depending on whom you ask, but Janeen Gelbart cuts through the noise with a clear definition. “We believe that [the role] of a leader is to know what’s important and to help others get the important things done well,” she explains.
In today’s world, Gelbart believes that helping your organization execute on its priorities is paramount. “You can be inspirational, you can be visionary, you can have a lot of qualities as a leader, but if you’re not executing…, nothing else matters.”
So how does Indiggo do this for its Fortune 500 clients, who are running increasingly complex global organizations in more challenging conditions than ever before? It’s all about prioritization.