Some examples of ambitious goals an executive might set could include increasing company revenue by a certain percentage, expanding the business into new markets, launching innovative products or services, improving customer satisfaction rates, or implementing new technologies to increase efficiency. These goals are ambitious as they require significant effort, resources, and strategic planning to achieve.

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Some ways to measure the results of an organization's efforts include analyzing the contributions of its members, setting high standards and ambitious goals, and continuously fine-tuning these contributions for more effective results. It's also important to take responsibility for the results and use them as opportunities for self-development.

An executive can balance the need for results with the need for employee development by focusing on contributions and taking responsibility for the results. This approach allows for the identification of opportunities for self-development. By understanding what contributions are productive and what areas need improvement, it is possible to set high standards and ambitious goals. Regular analysis and fine-tuning of contributions can lead to more effective results and employee development.

Some ways to encourage employees to make productive contributions include setting clear expectations, providing regular feedback, recognizing and rewarding their efforts, and creating a positive work environment that fosters collaboration and innovation. It's also important to provide opportunities for professional development and growth.

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