What is usually expected of them is that they can mobilize their work teams effectively to achieve the results expected by the companies.
There is a reality that is the management of equipment in work spaces. How planning, organization and concrete results are communicated and promoted. But the reality is that many times, in practice, they carry out all the opposite actions and communications.
It can be observed that those who have high command, experience dysfunction in their leadership activities, say one thing but in practice it is not carried out. From the speech they manifest as empathetic, democratic and flexiblecontrary to this discourse of directing by saying what needs to be done, all the recognized abilities to identify a leader of excellence are annulled and the identity of a boss who took the process emerges.
Given their hierarchical positions, they only have people without autonomy. In this way, the work teams lose trust, communication, they just say yes to everything, and the one who does not is judged for being the one who is always against.
If you want to see transformational organizational changes, directly train the work teams. This will support and grow your leader as well.
Work teams are the ones that generate transformational changes in companies, for that they have to have pragmatic leaders who generate spaces where those who know are really listened to, generate emotional stability to carry out any project.
Therefore, according to my experience, you need:
- Accompaniment and assessment, that will make them feel good. It’s not about saying, it’s about applying.
- Confidence, so that they see that their short or long experience is really put into practice to improve any process.
- Tranquility, order and strategy based on teamwork where each one has a specific role and function.
- Stability and time for change processes to be sustained in the long term.
Companies need a LEADER who has coherence between what he says and what he does, since his model is the most observed in every sense, although few are aware of this.
Director of Emotion in Motion.