Transformation is the simple state of making a recognizable, sustainable change within an individual or organization. As the need for change is recognized within the organizational culture, there will be a natural shift in underlying strategy and processes. As a transformational executive leader, your influence is key in how to lead with intention, to empower both the people and organization for sustainable change. Although, there is no one formula to being a successful leader, there are a few key components in crafting lasting changes and motivating your team to their full potential.
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Employee Engagement & Organizational Performance
Create a thriving culture and leadership team with A-players
The primary root of driving engagement begins with the organizations culture, then to extend out to its people. The two align to create a powerbase of success.
Investing Your Team
The Intersection of EQ and IQ
Emotional intelligence and the intelligence quotient work to complement each other as foundational components. The intelligent quotient measure one’s ability to learn and apply information while emotional intelligence directly impacts your ability to connect with people. The two together create a powerful combination that inspires innovation and connection within the team to create and sustain change.
Increase Communication, Trust Follows
Empowering your team to be open, transparent and honest
To truly transform your organization from the top down, trust and transparency must be the cornerstone of the change. By following these tips, you can ensure that your company can begin its own transformation and can embody the values you set in place. Visualize the end goal for your company and begin taking steps toward that environment by engaging your employees, investing in them, and increasing workplace communication. These tips will open doors and accelerate growth in whatever direction you choose.
Creating High Performance Work Teams
- Developing a clear-cut purpose, vision and strategy
- Understanding motivations
- Increase Engagement-Performance Improvement
- Building on Strengths
- Improve Retention
- Relationship Management