On your way to work and keen to “be” #productive instead if #busy? Then we have a challenge for you with some useful guidelines provided by Craig Harper:
Why does it take long to implement changes? Why do the changes not bring success? Do we actually implement changes and outset what success really means? Do we know what success actually means for the organisation? More importantly, does the individual team member grasp what success means and its impact on them?
How to make sure your program delivers the right ROI?
ROI, in common lingo known as Return On Investment, in change programs evolve to Return on Involvement (At least, when you have done a bad job). If you believe most software companies, the actual adoption of the new in the first 90 day’s, if estimated on no more then 30% of your business. That means that in the months to follow, a large portion of the actual embedding of the change, is required.
Some useful tips to ensure you will stay on track and get people on board.
Every team member is different. Depending on their role, objectives, personalities and capabilities, business leaders, need to be flexible in how they lead to success, as also prepare for the future. In the present times, we see that how we approach team members and support them, is evolving. The modern digitised age and thinking requires more agility from the leadership team than before. Good leadership is like art. Not all art suits the needs of all! It requires the right adaptation pending the audience
In a recent column on one of the Linkedin groups, we found the following shocking statement:
Only 18% of people in a leadership role are influential leaders and coaches to their teams!
You may be great in hitting your targets, but does that also mean you can elevate your team to grow and be successful? Leadership is not just knowing how to do things well, but knowing how to get your team members to evolve and excel in whatever task they need to accomplish.
In one of our previous engagements, we gladly took part in the leadership styles training. The role, the impact and the road to a successful team:
- The Leaders dominant personal behaviour, adaptability, conformity
- The team member: Individual backgrounds, history and aspirations, their and organisational needs
When leading (international) teams with different cultural and regional backgrounds, applying the right level of awareness is essential to achieve trust and growth. We thought this blog will enable you to gain more insights in you as (aspirational) leader. If you aim to be a better leader, then continue reading.