Preparing leaders for the fast lane
Leadership is the single most important factor when it comes to improving quality and increasing productivity in any organisation.
Agency for the Modernisation Ministry of Finance
The public administration in Denmark needs to become more efficient and agile in order to meet societal and political demands. In a partnership with Modernisation, Implement has conducted a development programme for top leadership talents in the public administration. The aim of the programme is to identify and develop top leadership talents who can assume a top leadership role within 2 years.
Copenhagen Business School
Since 2010, Implement has carried out a Leadership Discovery Process for full-time MBA students at Copenhagen Business School. The programme consists of 6 modules aimed at developing an understanding of the personal leadership style, enhancing the ability to work in teams and providing a framework for leading through others. It is a truly global programme with typically more than 20 nationalities in the group.
As a consequence of increased global competition and significant potential future growth in the industry, Lundbeck’s executive team decided to invest in building stronger leadership across the company. Global leadership development programmes have been completed for middle managers and executives consisting of global keynotes, a 360° analysis, webinars, learning buddies and teams working on business challenges critical to Lundbeck.
The Capital Region of Denmark
The largest leadership development programme ever designed and implemented in Denmark. With the aim of improving patient satisfaction and reducing budget deficits through stronger leadership, the Regional Director in 2010 initiated a very ambitious leadership development programme at four organisational levels: leading leaders, leading employees, leading patient pathways and leading research units. The programme is designed and carried out in a close partnership between Implement and the HR unit at Region Hovedstaden, and it has been externally evaluated as being very successful.
Map your culture gap
Many companies find it hard to define the concept of culture. They find it even harder to understand how it interacts with “hard-core” concepts such as strategy and business goals.
Values and leadership principles
Values are key to implementing the strategy. But to define a value platform with an extra twist – and prepare the ground for successful implementation – you must ensure broad involvement of staff in the process.
The primary purpose of dialogue mapping is to help employees contribute their ideas. But it also acts as a catalyst for further discussions and positive development within and across organisational units.
Strategic competence development
People are the key asset in almost any organisation. A clear competence development strategy will help you to attract and retain the right people.
To engage people in effective collaboration, you need to invest in building a strong team. What you get in return is staff satisfaction and a better bottom line.
If you want your employees to live your brand, you need to nurture it from within.
Aim for motivation - The key factor of all great results!
Leaders who want to become better at evoking motivation and engagement have to work with their way of thinking and focus on seeing the intrinsic motivation within all employees.
Unmotivated employees? The arrow is pointing at you
You have no unmotivated employees – they are actually always motivated. Sometimes they just happen to be motivated for doing something different than what you want them to do in a given situation. Learn how to point motivation in the right direction.