A fast-paced world calls for agile leadership
Dynamic and complex organisations need leaders who can interpret current developments, make the right decisions and define the way forward.
Getting support from the whole organisation during major change is difficult. By making employees the agents of change and involving them in the change dialogue will make the transition easier.
Workshops, meetings and seminars drive momentum in a change project. Even more so, if they are facilitated skilfully.
During change initiatives, it is important for organisations to recognise that their managers are facing different challenges depending on their individual experience and abilities. Change coaching gives managers the individual support they need.
To stay competitive, change must be part of the way you think and act.
We believe that people support what they create. Promoting engagement, understanding and commitment will not only ensure the well-being of your staff, it will guarantee your change project’s success.
If you ensure that your restructuring project is designed and handled in a humane and respectful manner, it will be much easier for your organisation to move forward.
The CEOs viewpoint on leading change
The challenges and possibilities facing leaders come in many different shapes, but we find that there is one constant – it all involves change.
Motivational Interviewing in leadership
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is an interaction strategy, enabling you as a manager to become better at evoking inner motivation within your employees and your teams. MI is, therefore, useful whenever you need to implement changes within your organisation.
Control the atmosphere to create business
One of our gurus, former Harvard professor and author of the book The Trusted Advisor David Maister, once said: “I’ve attended the best American and British universities and business schools and learnt a lot of good stuff. The only thing I didn’t learn was that the world is full of people...”.