Improving operational leadership
A change in operations calls for operational leadership to achieve sustained results
Introducing new and more effective procedures for daily operations isn’t just about upgrading your infrastructure and systems. It’s also about making sure your leaders have the right behaviour to match this change.
One of the real and still hidden resources of your organisation is the level of energy and engagement that people gain and provide – both at work and in their private life. The key is understanding how effective personal energy management will help us achieve higher performance and life quality.
Faster. Better. Cheaper. Change has become the only constant in the business world. But top-down strategies and corporate buzzwords won’t deliver accelerated change. You need to embrace human nature.
Leadership is the single most important factor when it comes to improving quality and increasing productivity in any organisation.
The key to achieve the best results is through motivated employees
Have you found all the keys to unlock the potential for motivation in your organisation? If not, keep looking, as employee motivation is a key factor in relation to increasing turnover, efficiency, customer satisfaction, performance, quality and reducing absenteeism.
Leadership in agile organisations
Organisational agility is considered a prerequisite for most organisations today. Business leaders are challenged in handling turbulence, uncertainty and constant changes in the market. What kind of leadership is needed to match the requirements of the agile context?
Leadership for the next generation knowledge worker
How leadership uses purpose, personalisation and freedom to transform Generation Y knowledge workers into high performers and navigate their organisations through the generational shift.