In order to drive behaviour through leadership, we need to be “hardcore on the soft stuff”. Only then will the organisation be able to release its true potential.
We want to make organisations more fit for humans and more fit for the future. That requires great leadership, the right behaviour and the proper tools. Leadership development is a systematic approach to building those capabilities in the organisation.
So, what does good leadership development look like? Often, it includes creating a common leadership language and a shared sense of direction and purpose. Raising awareness of your own strengths and development areas as a leader, while knowing how you can set the scene for constructive collaboration with colleagues and in teams is equally important.
It may also focus on the ability to collaborate across organisational silos and to define and communicate the strategic direction of the organisation in a way that creates followership. Typical themes we work with include:
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– and see things with new eyes
– is through motivated employees.
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