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  • Turning goals into results

    Posted on May 15, 2014 by in Employees, Mentoring, Team Leadership

    Once you’ve established your goals, you’ll need to decide how you’re going to make it all happen. For anyone who wishes to have a successful business, it’s necessary to more than just establish clear objectives.

    It’s the senior managers’ and directors’ responsibility to step back and take an objective look at where their team is and where its going. Leadership aims

    If you’re in the middle of a period of change or completing a change process, you may need need to re-think what happens next.

    You may also need to consider re-evaluating your leadership style in order to keep everyone on track. A management and leadership coach or mentor can be invaluable, not only to provide a neutral perspective on your leadership style and the current state of your team, but to make sure everything remains goal-focused.

    We’d also highly recommend implementing something called ‘action learning’ for your team. This is simply a regular meeting (typically once a month) where the team gets together and one person raises an issue that’s bothering them.

    The whole team then discusses theissue and develops a solution. 

    This often requires a designated facilitator early on if it’s to be effective, particularly if there is dissension in the group. But once a team gets used to the process, it can be an extremely effective method of problem-solving.

    It also gets people used to pooling their resources and discussing problems rather than working in virtual isolation and allowing them to escalate to the point they become unmanageable.

    To find out more about what we can do to help, simply send an email or pick up the telephone.

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